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The "official" artist's tee shirt for Chalk La Strada.
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The artist works on her chalk picture, sponsored by Sprites of East County.
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Even the local school kids do their own chalk pictures.
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Even the local school kids do their own chalk pictures.
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A "political" chalk picture done by Palomar High School students.
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A chalk picure of an Italian advertising poster, sponsored by Trattoria Truli.
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A chalk picture sponsored by Stuart Benjamin Jewlery.
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A chalk picture with an interesting optical effect.
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A very mordernistic chalk picture sponsored by Phyllis Trips.
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An old Italian style chalk picture sponsored by Bolla.
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Here is the original model photo for the chalk picture. Taken from the story, "A Life Revealed", in a 2002 issue of National Geographic, the famous photo on the left, by Steve McCurry, is of a young Afghan girl, Sharbat Gula, that appeared in the June 1985 issue. On the right, is a picture of the rediscovered Sharbat Gula in 2002.
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Here is the artists interpretation in chalk of that famous National Geographic photo.
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Second Place goes to: Peter, Clarina, Alex, and Dhaveed for their chalk picture sponsored by the Art Institute.
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And First Place goes to: Maria Diaz and Martin Quintana for their chalk picture, sponsored by Rainbow Travel.

 
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