Saturday, January 25, 2014

Yes, we'll walk with a walk that is measured and slow, and we'll go where the chalk-white arrows go. For the children, they mark, and the children, they know, the place where the sidewalk ends.” ~ Shel Silverstein, Where the Sidewalk Ends

The other day, we traveled back to Anna Maria Island for their 1st Annual Chalk Festival.  While the skies were gray, the colors were bright and vibrant.  I am going to divide this into two separate posts. Today's will feature the artwork on the pavement.  Wednesday's will bring another side of the festival - not drawing, but delightful just the same.  There are many photos to scroll through, but nothing to read - enjoy!




















































Part II on Wednesday!

8 comments:

  1. Amazing...

    Oh look at the tear, suggested by the crack in the pavement! I love it! (6 up, from the last picture)

    Tessa~

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  2. Awesome! Cannot wait to visit Anna Maria Island with Amy B. in March.

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  3. This is brilliant! Such great drawings!

    Thank you for your pictures and for taking us on a walk around this festival!

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  4. Amazing! But what teacher does not love chalk?
    Smiles, Dottie

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  5. Those are amazing! The sea captain riding on the turtles made me smile :) It's great that you preserved these pieces of art with your photos.

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  6. That looks like so much fun! The turtles practically swim out of the pavement. Lovely mermaid....

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  7. Wow, it is just amazing what people can do. Their creativity and talent. Clarice

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