On June 11th and 12th, Lake Anne Plaza turned into a Chalk Art Museum organized by IPAR (Initiative for Public Art—Reston). Participants of all ages and skills created amazing sidewalk art. First prize in the Professional Artist category went to Penny Huff, while first place among Amateur Artists was awarded to April Komer. Samantha Holden received first place for her work amid the Junior Senior High School field, and even Family/Elementary School children got in on the action, with Naaisha Mahajan, Arushi Chaturvedi and Nishka Fialoke all taking home gold for their chalk art.
July 19, 2016 /
2016 Lake Anne Chalk Festival
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