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 […]

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bilingual, Spanish Culture and Language

Bilingual Fun with Window Crayons

Four years ago we bought Crayola window crayons to decorate with before our Día de los Muertos party. After the fiesta, I got thinking we could make art with them year round. We began a tradition of seasonal window decorations in our kitchen. Each change of season our child and I combine forces to produce […]

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blogging, The Americas

Art on the Street, Madison Style

Madison majors in a funky, artsy atmosphere. We don’t have our hearts on our sleeves, our personalities are revealed in the paint of our exterior walls. I’ve admired the photographs of street art on; Travel with Intent, Equinoxio and My Quest Blog. Look below, a Madison splash of color and surprising sculptures await you.   […]

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