Transmogrify – Street Chalk Art

Street Art 2- microspoic view.web

An artist using technology to create a Selfie.

Her camera was set up so we could take a photo of her taking a photo of herself. It was genious.

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On a recent outing, I came across a Street Art Festival in Sarasota, Florida.

The weather was incredibly beautiful. The skies a quiet blue with puffy white clouds and a soothing breeze to keep everyone comfortable

as they meandered among the artwork being created by artists from all over the United States.

There was a high school and grammar school area for those promising new artists plus a children area where they got to make their own creations.

Street Art nurse 2.web

Street Art chalks.web
Equipped with a few colorful chalks and an image to copy the creations soared.

Eye - American Flag.web

Street Art - Glenn Miller.web
Glenn Miller was a great band leader who volunteered for service in 1942, leading the army Air Force Band.

While en route to France to perform for the troops, his plane went down over the English Channel.

Glenn Miller is still listed MIA but his music live on.

Can you name a song?

Street Art - Placida Artist.web
A local artist from Sarasota who teaches art classes and sells her artwork in Englewood, Florida.

Street Art - American Flag - Eagle - GW.web
The Bald Eagle

Street Art - Photography of GW 1.web Photo artist used to create the chalk art

Street Art - George Washinton and horse.web President George Washington

Street Art - George Washington.web

Street Art - glamour girl.web
Pin-Up Girl from during the war

Betsy Ross - flag 2.web

A tremendous feat to create this masterpiece on your knees which will disappear

by the following day once the traffic is allowed to use the street again.

John F. Kennedy.web President John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Street Ar - Statue of Liberty.webYes … the theme was a patriotic one.

The donations from the public were collected for the families of our troops.

All of the artists volunteered their time to this project.

Street Art - front of Statue of Liberty.web
Statue of Liberty

Street Art purple haired girl.web
Children’s Chalk Street Art – Emily – age 5

Street Art by 14 year old
Children’s Chalk Street Art – Robbie – age 14

 

Street ARt - Big Red Heart 2.web

 

 

Weekly Photo Challenge – Transmogrify

to join the click here

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 Transform, Morph, Change or show something transformed,

 or take a shot of some street art.

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