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Brian Major to share eye-popping chalk visions at Fall City Days

Brian Major brings a dragon to life on the pavement in the 2011 Fall City Days. He returns with his eye-popping chalk art Saturday. - Courtesy photo
Brian Major brings a dragon to life on the pavement in the 2011 Fall City Days. He returns with his eye-popping chalk art Saturday.
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Stationed in his usual spot outside the Art Park, Brian Major will be creating a chalk mural throughout the day. The chalk painting collage will feature a great blue heron. Majors will be using many of his favorite colors, earth tones mixed with blues and purples. He works in a variety of mediums, including oils, acrylics and pencils, and uses light and color to set a mood and bring his art to life.

Artist Brian Major has created a large body of work including; oil and acrylic paintings, murals, slate tile designs, chalk murals and now three-dimensional wall sculptures. His work history in the Pacific Northwest includes a number of private and corporate commission projects (several for Bellevue Square/KDC), leading art teams, creating murals, and working on various special projects. For the past 10 years, Brian has been the chalk muralist for the Bellevue Art Museum. He created large murals and entertained crowds during the Bellevue Arts Fair.

Major invites everyone to stop by Saturday and give him suggestions while he works.

 

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