Monday, May 30, 2011

New Web Site Launch

We did it, we launched our new web site! It's the next life of our creative adventure that we hope you and the rest of the world loves being a part of. Follow our new blog, see tons of new photos, lots of info and interesting creative good things for everyone. Enjoy!

~Mark Wagner

Thursday, April 14, 2011

New Web Site Just About to Launch

Looks like in a few days - to the end of teh month our new site will be up, looking good!

Stay tuned!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Photos from the Past

Guinness World Record - Largest Chalk Drawing  2008
Master street painter Phil Roberts introducing Mark Wagner
to the fine art of chalk drawing. Santa Barbara, CA 1994
Franklin Elementary School, Alameda CA

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Tsunami Blessings

We send our heart and creative spirit felt blessings to the 
people, land, and ancestors of Japan and to all those who have been affected.

Courage, Strength, Surrender, Wisdom, Honor

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

PLEASE SIGN: Our very OWN petition - Street Painting @ MOCA

Tell MOCA Street Painting is Street Art

(please sign this  -link below)

We the undersigned ask that you please consider including street painting / chalk art into the upcoming MOCA exhibit; 'Art in the Streets'.

In regards to the upcoming exhibition at MOCA entitled 'Art in the Street', which mainly focuses on graffiti style works, we feel that street painting deserves to be recognized as authentic art of the streets & included in this show. With a rich and significant history of it's own, which predates modern graffiti, street painting has evolved and developed into it's own genre, now known globally as an artistic phenomenon, which universally appeals to demographics worldwide. 
We respectfully submit, would it not also be interesting & worthwhile to consider adding a street painting component on some pavement adjacent to the museum as a valid addition to 'Art in the Street'?
Thank you, Tracy Stum, John Arron (Chalk 4 Peace), Mark Wagner (Drawing on Earth)

Spring 2011 the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) will feature a "street art" exhibit call "Art in the Streets" with no Street Painting.

Sign our petition to tell MOCA we want Street Painting artists included in the exhibit.
Street Painting = Street Art!