Posts Tagged ‘chalk art’

  • 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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  • 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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  • So Much Has Been Happening

    August 18th, 2016 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    The Creative Spirit Alive and Well So much has been happening that we haven’t had the time until now to update our blog. We have been chalk drawing and street painting at the Oakland Museum, Oakland Zoo, Billboard and 1800 Tequila, Rhythmix, Italian Street Painting Marin, helped www.createpeaceproject.org with their big mural, and in college […]

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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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  • Oakland Museum of CA

    September 30th, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    Last week we were invited to chalk draw at the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA). The cleint was the Alameda County Arts Commission and the Alameda County Office of Education. They was a conference called “Creative Impact,” which celebrated the start of the fifth annual San Francisco Bay Area National Arts in Education Week. It […]

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  • That Makes 1,200 Butterflies

    July 3rd, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

      Drawing on Earth’s VISION STATEMENT: Growing evolving healthy loving children and adults who are connected to them selves, each other, and to their environment through the cultivation of a creative mind, body, heart, and soul.   Butterflies Are Free A month ago we worked with 1,200 elementary school kids at 2 different schools. The […]

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  • 2015 Fundraiser – ends June 7

    June 1st, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

     www.drawingonearth.org/donate Mark Lewis Wagner started chalk drawing/street painting in 1994 at the I Madonnari Italian Street Festival in Santa Barbara. This lead to years of other festivals and then to drawing with children at his kid’s elementary school, and that lead to a Guinness World Record, and to the creation of the 501(c)3 nonprofit Drawing […]

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  • 600 Butterflies

    May 26th, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    I received an email out of the blue from an artist/teacher/mom, she was asking for help with ideas around an art fair she was organizing at her kid’s elementary school. Their art teacher was ill most of this year and recently passed away from cancer.  Ah… a fallen comrade, sigh. It’s awesome their school even had […]

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  • Drawing Out of the Box

    February 27th, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on Drawing Out of the Box

    Over the many years of drawing with thousands of kids on playgrounds, I come to notice a certain kind of kid – the ones who draw out of the box. Usually I create a large outline, give a demonstration, and invite the children to draw inside the area filling in the bigger drawing collaboratively. I subdivide the larger […]

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