Ground Work (street painting)

Welcome!   Bienvenidos!

I Madonnari Puerto Vallarta 2010.   Jalisco, Mexico

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Works below appear in chronological order; early to recent.

 

After Martin Johnson Heade

Youth in Arts Italian Street Painting Festival, San Rafael, CA

2002

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 Grazie du Curtatone, Italy

2004

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Rogue Tulips

Art Along the Rogue , Grants Pass, OR

2005

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Folk tales of Japan and Mexico
2006

I Madonnari 20th Anniversary Collaboration
with Sharyn Chan, Jay Fisher, Blair Looker, Tracy Lee Stum,
Jay Schwartz, Dan Seibert, and Laura Wilkinson,

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Detail of Ernst Haeckel’s  “Orchideae”

Youth in Arts Italian Street Painting Festival, San Rafael, CA

2007

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Butterflies for Emily

I Madonnari Santa Barbara, CA

2007

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Via Arte,  10th Anniversary

Bakersfield, CA

Collaboration with Lisa Jones
Via Arte anniversary piece

2008

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Untitled, for Corbu Construction

I Madonnari Santa Barbara, CA

2009

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Pomegranate

Via Arte  Bakersfield, CA

2009

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La Jolla Festival of the Arts,  La Jolla, CA

2010

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Sweetpeas  (always for Patty)

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, Lake Worth, FL

2011

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Inspired by Rene Paul Chambellan, Chanin Building, Manhattan

Via Arte Bakersfield, CA

2011

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California Poppies

 I Madonnari  Santa Barbara, CA

2012

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Reproduction of Martin Johnson Heade’s White Brazilian Orchid

Hudson Valley Chalk Festival,  New Paltz, NY

2012

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Sand Flowers

Art Along the Rogue,  Grants Pass, OR

2012

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Inspired by Blossfeldt and Chambellan

Via Arte, Bakersfield, CA

2012

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Humpty Dumpty

Canalino School

2013

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Festival-friendly interpretation of

Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights, 

I Madonnari Santa Barbara. Collaborative piece with Jay Schwartz

2013

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Embellished Maurice Pillard Verneuil jewelry design

Hudson Valley Chalk Festival, New Paltz, NY

  2013

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George Melies’ A Trip to the Moon

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, Lake Worth, FL

(unfinished due to rain)

2014

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Datura, after the Jesusita Fire

from photograph by Patrick Shourds

I Madonnari Santa Barbara, 2014

photograph by Thomas Jacobs

daturachalk Thomas Jacobcropped

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Flowers for Mom

Via Arte, Bakersfield, CA

2015

bako final 2015

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Portal

I Madonnari , Santa Barbara, CA

2015

I Mad 2015 finished PatShourds
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Endangered Species  of the World (collaborative piece)

with Sharyn Chan, Lisa Jones, Jennifer Lemay, Jay Schwartz, Tracy Lee Stum

I Madonnari 2016

16.05.29 SB I Mad - whole

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Ocean of Love

Hudson Valley Chalk Festival

2016

New Paltz 2016 edited

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El Divo de Juarez

Art Along the Rogue

2016

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Geckos

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, Lake Worth, FL

2016

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 Endangered and Extinct

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, Lake Worth, FL

2017

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Hummingbird and Passion Flowers

after Martin Johnson Heade

I Madonnari, Santa Barbara, CA
2017

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 PEACE
Summer of Love 50th Anniversary commemorative piece

Collaboration with Lisa Jones
 40 feet diameter
and Masterworks Children’s Art Studio Advanced Students
Italian Street Painting Marin, San Rafael, CA
2017
 San Rafael fisheye

 

 


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4 Responses to “Ground Work (street painting)”

  1. Absolutely beautiful , quite impressive, I am just curious to know how much time it takes you to paint one of these large pieces. I realize that working on the floor should be hard on the legs.
    Congratulation , what a pleasure to see your work.

  2. Your work is amazing! My friend, Jessica Grae sent me a link to your page and I’m so glad she did. I admire your talent.

  3. We saw your art at the street festival today in Lake Worth! Beautiful!

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