All Original Artwork, Unless Specified Otherwise
Chalkboard Display Boards
Chalk Demonstration for Live Life Outside Festival.
“African Angel”. 30′ x 30′ Interactive Chalk “Performance” Mural, Nashville TN. Two Day Performance.
Click link for a little background information on this project: http://artegritymurals.com/chalk-angel/
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Peace, Love and Art Chalk Festival, Suwannee, GA. 8′ x 8′.
Chalk Murals for Chicago White Sox Club Restaurant, utilizing client logos. 15 separate panels, approximately 30 feet long total.
Chalkboard Mural, utilizing client’s logos/icons. 30′ x 8′.
Marietta Chalktoberfest, 2015. 10′ x 10′ on Asphalt. The theme was “Patriotism”. Titled, “Native Patriot”, in honor of all Native Americans who’ve served in America’s Armed Forces.
Chalk “Holiday” Mural for General Assembly Atlanta, 30′ x 8′. Original design utilizing referenced imagery.
Denver Chalk Festival 2015, 8′ x 8′ on Asphalt. Titled, “Old School”. Original Design, utilizing a re-creation of Diego Velasquez’s self portrait, as seen in his famous 17th century painting, “Las Meninas”.
Chalk Mural for Atlanta Fitness Studio.
Chalk Mural done live for Emory University, 16′ x 8′
Theme is, “Dooley’s Island, The Afterlife is Better at the Beach”.
Chalkboard Mural done live for Emory University. 16′ x 8′ on plywood. Theme is “Dooley Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”.
Key West Chalk Contest, “Neptunian Mermaid”, Second Place Winner. 20′ x 10′.
Chalkboard Art for fitness stores, at two separate locations. Approximately 1200 square feet total. Original Designs, utilizing reference photos and inspirational quotes.
Marietta ChalkFest 2014. 10′ x10′ on Asphalt. Titled, “Crashing a Monster Slumber Party”.
Denver Chalk Festival 2014. 8′ x 8′ on Asphalt. Titled, “Madonnari Moderna”, based on oil painting titled, “Fishbowl Man”
St. Augustine Chalk Festival Competition 2014, 2nd place winner. Chalk on Coquina.
Menu Mural for Restaurant.
Live Chalk Art for Sam Adams Brewery. Four 4′ x 3′ murals were chalked live before an audience, in approximately 3 hours.
My very first chalk mural. Marietta ChalkFest, First Place Amateur Competition Winner, 2013. Reproduction of Brian Jeckyll’s painting, “Healing the Blind Man”.