Street Painting in India; Mumbai Students Show Solidarity with Mood Indigo 2008


2008 Mood Indigo Festival, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India

I’m honored and pleased to report that I’ve  just returned from a wonderful street painting experience in ‘Incredible India,’ specifically in Mumbai, where I was invited by Mood Indigo organizer Mukul Bansal, and his team members, to attend this year’s event and present street painting for the first time in this amazing country.

Art Along the Rogue 2008 – ‘Persephone Falling into Hades’

This year I was invited back to charming Grant’s Pass, Oregon to participate in the 6th annual Art Along the Rogue Street Painting Festival. I had last participated in 2006 and was looking forward to seeing my Oregonian friends for another weekend of great art and great music. This festival is spearheaded by Jeff Jones, a musician and art lover, along with the community of Grant’s Pass; they always do a great job at making us ‘out of towners’ feel welcome.

This year the festival had a theme – classical reproductions. Renaissance, Baroque, Pre-Raphaelite, Neo-Classical, Impressionism – anything by a great master.  Jeff asked me if I could participate in

10 of World’s Most Amazing 3D Street Artists

While I have never considered street painting as graffiti (as it is not permanent nor does it deface property), I suppose that depends on one’s viewpoint. I was recently listed as one of the ‘Top 10 3D Street Artists in the World’ by WebUrbanist. I am deeply honored and appreciative that others find my work interesting or note-worthy – thanks Kurt!