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Painting My Painting

By |January 4th, 2014|Uncategorized|

I never anticipated We Talk Chalk being such a success.  So much so, that I haven't created a Fine Art painting in over 2 years. Well, add giving birth into that timeline and you really are left with absolutely no extra time.  This I say with...

2013

By |December 19th, 2013|Uncategorized|

2013 was an incredible year!  It was full of cool projects, a crazy amount of work, some turbulent changes, and some incredible new friendships and partnerships.  I am so grateful for having  We Talk Chalk, Inc. be such a success an...

Longest Anamorphic Street Painting in the World

By |December 19th, 2013|Uncategorized|

There are few project that will ever be as daunting as the one we created in Thailand this past August but I'm so glad we pushed through and made it happen. We Talk Chalk was contacted to create a painting for Smirnoff at the SIAM Center in Bangkok. &n...

3 weeks of 3D Street Painting

By |June 20th, 2013|Uncategorized|

It's been almost 4 weeks since I've been home for longer then a single day.  Today is my first full day at home after 3 back to back street painting events.  The 3 projects were really diverse in imagery and location so I certainly wasn't bor...

Curly Tails in 3D

By |May 11th, 2013|Uncategorized|

One of my favorite animals is the pig.  I'm a huge animal lover!!!  How can you not love an adorable little pig.  So cute and pink and smart.  So, so smart.  I created a painting with pigs for Thailand and I had so much fun wit...

3D at Foire de Paris

By |May 11th, 2013|Uncategorized|

There are times when what I do for a living is really difficult.  Not only because the work can be so labor intensive, difficult, lonely (when traveling so much), but it is also amazing.  I dreamed of traveling  the world when I was youn...

Newport to New York

By |May 11th, 2013|Uncategorized|

Home from VASE and straight to the Studio.  At the last minute we were giving the green light to create a 3D street painting for the Herald Square UFC TakeDown in New York.  Remmie and I love to visit NY.  He spend 10 summers there, when...

Thailand to Florida to Florida

By |May 11th, 2013|Uncategorized|

It took about a week to recover after a week in Thailand.  We were exhausted and jet lagged but so happy to see Luc!!  It was way to long to be away from him ;)  It's probably the hardest part of what I do. In the last two months Julie, ...

The Streets Heat up in Bangkok

By |April 1st, 2013|Uncategorized|

I can't believe it's taken me this long to post pictures from our project for the Living Arts Festival in Thailand.  We spend 10 days in Bangkok and boy was it hot.  Hot and humid.  The 10 paintings our team created turned out beautiful!...

Progress

By |February 27th, 2013|Uncategorized|


Since my last post, we (We Talk Chalk) lost a job due to uncontrollable circumstances.  It was a great street painting project too.  The client just couldn't make it work in the end.  There's always an upside to things though. In it's place, we landed a huge project with an automobile company.  By huge, I mean a 30 x 30 foot 3D street painting.  That's crazy big!  With only days to get it started before leaving for Thailand for the Living Arts Festival, we did something we'd wanted to do all last year…We moved into a 1200 square foot studio and office space. Remmie found it for us and It's great!  We worked so hard last year, in the cold, in the heat…mostly heat.  110 degree weather sometimes for days trying to finish up projects.  I won't lie…sometimes it was hell  ;)  I hate the heat.  Especially after having my son, I just can't take it anymore.  So I'm looking forward to not being miserable when summer rolls around this year.  The space has an air conditioner to boot!  How perfect is that?  

Julie and I have our Auto mural started and set up in studio while we head to Thailand with our team for the week then back to it as soon as we're back home.  I'm on the plane right now actually.  Flying over the Eastern shore of Russia, I believe.  Sounds exciting, but it's mostly shrouded in clouds.  The view of Alaska from above, however, was breathtaking.  6 more hours to Tokyo then a 7 hour flight to Bangkok.  Phew!  Have the laptop, hardrive, and bamboo tabled packed.  Completely mobile given a wifi connection ;)  Thank goodness for mobile devices!  

Remmie's sitting next to me and Lysa's a few rows back.  The baby's with grandma and grandpa again. They are loving this!  Taking him to see the live Thomas the Train this week. Fun.  We miss him already.  He was in the studio the last few days we were working.  Picked up a paintbrush, first thing, and started brushing away.  Mini Madonnaro!!