What a beautiful day for chalk drawing at the fair! I would like to thank Mary Beth Frizzell, Eric Mower & Associates, and Ford for the opportunity.
I was so glad to be asked back again to participate in ChalkFest’s third year in Buffalo, NY. It was my second year creating a chalk mural for the Theatre of Youth, who was this year’s benefactor. The theme for the live storybook artists, Horton Hears A Who, was all the inspiration needed to create fun Dr. Seuss art for the kids!
Seussical! Opens September 19th and runs through October 12th at the Historical Allendale Theatre in Buffalo, NY.
Click on ChalkFest Buffalo’s Facebook page here to see Michael Macaulay’s finished Dr. Seuss mural!
This is a great art festival in a beautiful town. My niece competed in a high school chalk art competition this past Saturday. There were a lot of talented young artists working hard on an 80+ degree day and it was great to see. Their theme was ‘Selfies’.
***This Friday (August 15th) I will be at the Erie County Fair creating a chalk mural at the Ford Display from noon to 5 pm! Stop by and guess what I am drawing!***
***ART MART: Outdoor Arts & Crafts Supply Show***
Date: Saturday, August 23rd at 9:00am
Location: Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery in West Seneca, New York
Featuring affordable art & supplies for everyone! Buy, sell, trade, or donate unwanted arts & crafts supplies (new & used). LOCAL arts & crafts for sale too! PLUS… a special 6×6 Painting Sale (100% of proceeds to our Art Scholarship Fund.)
Want be an ART MART Seller? It’s easy as 1-2-3!
1. Register using the link below
2. Clean sweep your studio, closets, workspace and pack it in your car, along with your art or craft work.
3. Set up shop at ART MART – watch the buyers come and the cash pile up!
BEST OF ALL – You can sell your supplies AND your work at this one special show!
To register as a seller, download form here:
Neighbors, business owners, artists, urbanists and concerned citizens came together this Saturday to traffic-calm a dangerous and problematic intersection: the convergence of Rhode Island, W. Utica, and Brayton Streets in Buffalo, NY.