Michael Macaulay and I were interviewed on 'Mass Appeal', a local program at the NBC affiliate WWLP in Springfield, MA. We were happy to share our excitement about our recent Art for After Hours 3D street painting, an interpretation of the Currier & Ives classic lithograph 'Through to the Pacific' (1870) which we created for the attendees of the Original Western Massachusetts Home and Garden Show, March 24th through March 27th, 2011.
Here is our finished 3D street painting (chalk)art from the event to see the detail and attention paid to the presentation of an important part of the American Experience:
At a size of 15 feet deep by 20 feet wide, our finished 3D street painting art took 3-1/2 days for us to do or about 70 hours worth of work between us. Notice how the train appears to levitate outside the finished frame and sill on its path to the Pacific.
Anthony Cappetto is President/Artist of Art for After Hours, a professional 3D street painting chalk art services company, providing project management and artists for challenging, visionary art for like minded clients in the USA and internationally since 2001. 3D street painting artist Michael Macaulay is represented for street painting art by Art for After Hours.