Last weekend part of the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica cracked open to reveal none other than the Grand Canyon looming underground! ………….well, not really but the 3D street painting sure did look cool!
One of my latest 3D Chalk Art installations was unveiled in ever-fabulous Las Vegas at the 2014 Kitchen Bath Industry Show (KBIS) for repeat client Wilsonart. I had created a similar multi-surface installation for them at last year’s KBIS, which proved to be a big hit at the show. This year Wilsonart wanted to continue showcasing 3d chalk painting with a new design centered around a futuristic city theme.
I love creating these multi-surface interactive installations, especially when I can add built props as part of the illusion. The
3D street painter Chris Carlson from Denver, Colorado discovered his love for art during a trip to Europe. He’s been working tirelessly to develop his skills ever since. Last September I had the honor of co-producing the DO Atlantic City 3D Chalk Festival. Working with DOAC, I invited some of the best and brightest in…
On New Year’s Eve, Studio 21 gallery curator & friend Manas Acharya, invited me to present a short demo and lecture on my work and the 3d street painting art form. A perfect venue for a street art offering, Studio 21 not only showcases new artists but has championed the street art genre in Calcutta. There has been tremendous interest regarding street art genres in India in the last