World-renowned chalk artists gather in Redmond

The 1st annual Pacific Northwest Chalk Fest will light up the streets.

REDMOND, WASH. - It will look as if a car is flying out of the pavement if you stand in just the right spot.

It's the first annual Pacific Northwest Chalk Fest Saturday and Sunday at Redmond Town Center. Masters of 3-D street art like Holland's Remko van Schaik, California's Ever Galvez and Chicago's Nate Baranowski, among others, will be on hand, working their magic.

Most expect their paintings to be complete for viewing Sunday afternoon. But fans are welcome to see the process.

In addition to the street murals, the festival includes a sidewalk sale, live music, kids art areas, sips and bites, workshops. Best of all, admission is free!


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