Thursday, August 31, 2017

August Artworks

I am presently in India visiting my sister in Chennai, Tamilnadu. I brought with me just a few select art supplies: watercolors and chalk pastels. Surprisingly, chalk has turned out to be easiest and most effective way to create art on the fly. With just a 9"x 11" reusable vinyl chalkboard cloth and a box of colored chalks and a few wet paper towels, I am able to capture the fleeting images of life here in Chennai. Chalk art, by definition, is ephemeral. My visit too is of short duration. Somehow, the medium and the subject seem to have found each other.

Linked to Paint Party Friday. Thanks to Eve and Kristin for hosting.
Linked to Art*Journal*Journey Color in My World


  1. Love your chalk art and its symbolism. Enjoy your visit. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

  2. Such beautiful art! You are a fantastic artist with your limited art supplies! Enjoy your vistit!
    Thank you very much for joining Art Journal Journey dear Indira!
    Happy weekend!
    oxo Susi

  3. Gorgeous chalk art pages. The flowers look so beautiful against the black background.
    I am thrilled you added these pages to Art Journal Journey.
    Yvonne xx

  4. what lovely pieces using chalk. Enjoy your family time in India, and happy PPF!

  5. great flower pictures and imaginatively the last picture
    Enjoy your sister

  6. Interesting and beautiful work. I just never think to take chalk with me when I travel......great idea!

  7. Yes, these are wonderful. How do you seal the chalk on paper??? Happy PPF

  8. Nice idea to make a little bit Art during your flight. Your chalk paintings look very nice, I like your Ganesha made of leaves. Chalk is a good medium to make Art on a journey, it is easy to handle.
    Dear Greetings

  9. Love these! It can be a challenge not having your full kit on hand can't it? Happy PPF from Number 34 :)

  10. Love that you're doing it on black paper. It makes it even more challenging. :)

  11. It is so nice that you are with your sister. Make memories. Lovely chalk art.

  12. Luv, luv the chalked flowers. Happy PPF. My granddaughter (4years old) and i do chalk drawings in the back yard. Think i'll share some too

    much love...


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