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Chalk Festival: The Final Artworks

Missed Chalk Festival this weekend or weren’t able to make it back Sunday afternoon to see the finished products? We’ve got them all here for your viewing pleasure! 23 talented chalk artists from around the country came to Crystal Bridges this past weekend to turn the lower parking deck into a magnificent work of art.

You can find more about each artist’s background on this page, and scroll down to see their finished products at Chalk Festival:


Aislynn Mullen

A tribute to Hulkamania!


Amber Winters Perrodin

Plants do heal.


Anat Ronen

This chalk thing is for the birds.


Anthony Cappetto

Bugs in a box – with pick-up sticks!


Beth Shistle

A sweet rabbit.


Chalk Riot (Chelsea Ritter-Soronen and Liza Fishbone)

A 3D maze with a desert theme.


Corbin Hillam

Hello, Colorado! Take a stroll on the Coal Basin Road.


Eli Farias

Artist Eli Farias talks to a young chalk enthusiast about his orca in space. Does this remind anyone else of Lisa Frank?


Fawne DeRosia

You’re gonna hear me roar!


Fernando Andrade


Holly Lynn Schineller


Jasmine Pilkinton

Artist Jasmine Pilkinton putting the finishing touches on her chalk art.


Jeff Pilkinton

Bob Ross!


Jennifer Richardson

A re-creation of The Adirondack Guide by Winslow Homer, 1894.


Jennifer RoJeanne


Joan Finn

Joan Finn’s artwork portrayed moths, moss, and fungus of the Arkansas forest, including the giant silk moth and the turkey tail fungus.


Ken Mullen

Arkansas native, Johnny Cash.


Octavio Logo

Titled: “Prometheus”


Sheryl Lazenby


Tonya Youngberg

Todd and Copper from The Fox and the Hound.


Tracy Montoya

Artist Tracy Montoya with Marvel’s Doctor Strange.


Tyler Key (TZKey)

The endangered Indiana bat.


And some impressive chalk art from our guests!


Thank you to all those who came out to celebrate Chalk Festival! Don’t forget that Light Night is happening at the end of this month, a free nighttime celebration of art, music…and glow sticks! See you at the museum again soon.


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