Chalk Art at a New Level

People-watching is fleeting on deserted Madison streets during our first four weeks of sheltering at home. Two days ago I saw one person per block as I walked, my face covered in a scarf. Near Tenney Park, a man got in his car. On the sidewalk in front of his house I saw high-brow Mondrian-esque chalk drawings. What amazing feats with chalk, tape, concrete and a spot of time!

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Pink green orange and blue Modrian chalk square Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
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6-Pointed Star Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
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Painted glass installation Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Got chalk? Have a roll of blue construction tape? When it warms up, we may have a new creative outlet; our sidewalk. Photos to come.

Gracias for reading Fake Flamenco! ¡Olé! –Rebecca

PS See Travel with Intent for great photos titled with six words.

 

 

Rebecca Cuningham

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