Posts Tagged ‘Asphalt Art’

  • Holbrook Language Academy Jets

    October 9th, 2018 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on Holbrook Language Academy Jets

    Holbrook Language Academy Elementary School – Concord CA We just visited Holbrook Elementary School recently and had so much fun. Principal Marga Marshall was great, she even ordered out for pizza at lunch.  Drawing on Earth has been invited to chalk draw on 30 elementary school playgrounds for this school year. The project is funded […]

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  • Fundraiser – End of the 2017

    December 20th, 2017 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on Fundraiser – End of the 2017

    Celebrating Ten Years of Drawing on Earth! This is our End of the Year fundraiser for DRAWING on EARTH. We are a 501c3 nonprofit that “passionately connects Art and Creativity to Youth and Communities around the World.” We have drawn with approx. 18,000 kids and adults, and on 3 continents so far. Our first project […]

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  • Oakland Zoo

    September 4th, 2017 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on Oakland Zoo

    Chalk drawing and animals go together well, so does chalk drawing and Earth Day @ the California Oakland Zoo. For the last 2 years we have had the wonderful opportunity to draw at the  Zoo. Two times for Earth Day where we created pieces that the community could collaborate with Drawing on Earth. Two times […]

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  • When the Principal Draws

    August 28th, 2017 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    “When the Principal gets down on the playground and draws for hours and gets her bootie covered in chalk, you know this school is in good hands.” Last spring we were drawing at Canoas Elementary School in San Jose. Drawing on Earth goes into schools and creates large chalk drawings on the playground with the […]

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  • Oakland Museum Chalk Drawing

    March 1st, 2017 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    We just got an email to chalk draw again this year at the Oakland Museum, Oakland, California. Cool – they have a 12 x 40 ft chalk drawing wall in a courtyard. That’s 12 x 40 feet (3.7 x 12.2 meters)… very impressive. Last year we drew 2x times at the Museum (Museum: means home […]

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  • Craig Houdeshell – Photographer

    October 11th, 2016 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    “the go to person for street painting photos on the east coast. 50,000 photo in 8 years.” Craig Houdeshell is one of the best street painting and chalk drawing photographers. Craig was very generous to be interviewed for Drawing on Earth by Mark Lewis Wagner, founder of DoE  – thank you Craig!   Best Light […]

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  • 600 Rockets

    September 2nd, 2016 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    “Houston, We Don’t Have a Problem” Last week we drew for 2 days at Rio Visa Elementary, Bay Point, California USA. Just another great experience being creative with school kids on the playgound. The principle Susan Valdez heard about us when we were drawing 600 elephants in the spring at Vahalla Elementary, another Mount Diablo […]

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  • 3D Tutorial by Alex Maksiov

    March 22nd, 2016 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    Alex Maksiov 3D street painting for dummies or how to do 3d anamorphic painting? Fellow chalk drawing art, street painter, 3D dude has created a lovely tutorial regarding the perspective of 3D works. Check it out! maksiov.com  

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  • 10 Reasons Why

    January 12th, 2016 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    The most popular page on this site, the one that gets the most international views is… 10 Reasons Why Art is Good For Kids and the World! We get many requests each year from schools and Arts organizations to print and use this list – we always say yes – after we ask what it […]

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  • More Kid’s Chalk Art

    November 20th, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    Last week we were drawing at two different sites. Fun, great kids, great parent and teacher support.  There was one sweet little boy, all excited he said. “you forgot something, you forgot to draw the wings.” Do eye you have, you draw it for me. And he just jumped right in and drew it… way […]

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