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The Branches of Chalk Art

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Pilar Orozco

on 13 June 2013

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Transcript of The Branches of Chalk Art

Chalk Art can be traced back to 16th century Italy to artists called the Madonnari
The Inspirational 17th Century Roman Ceilings
Wenner developed his technique using a different type of geometry that cannot be found in history.
He created three dimensional images on a flat surface.
A two dimensional image is taken and perspective is added.
is the alighment of two planes in which the horizontal and vertical planes remain unaltered
The medium used is called pastel
There are 2 differnt types of pastels chalk artists use:
Soft
Hard
Pick an ideal location
Apply the grid
Sketch
Shade
Fixative
Done!
The Branches of Chalk Art
by Pilar Orozco
The Begginings of Chalk Art
The very Beginning
The Transformation
Anamorphic Chalk Art
The Medium and Creative Process
The Process
Oblique Perspective
Medium
Making the Painting
Inspiring Artists
Tracy Lee Stum
Edgar Mueller
Kurt Wenner
Advertising Industry
Chalk art made a drastic change when Kurt Wenner developed a new style of chalk painting called anamorphic or three dimensional chalk paintings.
After World War II ended a revival in 1972 in Grazie Di Curtatone, Italy brought chalk art back to life.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
The finished lighter project
Whats on Your Mind
Electro Jellies
The Da Vinci Code and The Last Supper
Chrysler John Varvatos Advertisment
Lebron James- Nike Publicity Event, Shanghai, China
Absult Wenner- Absolut Chalk Festival, West Hollywood, Los Angeles
Danaë- Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee
The Belgian Underground- Eurostar Publicity Event, Brussels, Belgium
Emerald Cave
Mysterious Cave in Germany
Save Me
Johnnie
Clients
Chalk Art Adversiting
Social Media
Interactive
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