When it comes to EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, traditional paintings in frames are not the only thing that Guests will be able to enjoy during their day. There are also a number of food booths to celebrate the culinary arts, as well as fun and stunning performances throughout the day to celebrate the performing arts. There is also another form of art that one may not typically associate with an art festival — chalk art.
When many people think of chalk art, they typically think of young kids sitting out in their driveway or on the sidewalk drawing rainbows, green grass, and big yellow suns. However, Disney has taken chalk art to a whole new level, and it is breathtaking. Disney recently shared a video on its Instagram of one of its incredibly talented chalk artists bringing to life Joe Gardner from Disney’s Soul (2o20).
Take a look at the magical creation of the drawing below:
Now this is a work of art! 🎨✨ Catch @nate.baranowski working on his next 3D chalk art every weekend during the #EPCOT International Festival of the Arts. 💙
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Here is more information on the visual arts you can find at the International Festival of the Arts:
Acquire new skills, visit galleries and witness exceptional talent that proves the power of imagination!
Our smorgasbord of visual treats is sure to please! Peruse pure Disney brilliance at stunning exhibitions you’ll never forget. Festival Markets will spotlight artists who infuse their distinctive styles into a wide variety of creative mediums—photography, paper sculpting and so much more! Plus, get involved and be part of the creative process! At some of the Festival Markets, you will have the opportunity to choose custom elements like color and personalization of your new piece of art and watch it come to life before your very eyes.
Keep your eyes peeled for art-inspired photo opportunities and Festival merchandise that provide a great way to remember your visit. How’s that for fine art turned fun?
EPCOT International Festival of the Arts will run through February 21, so there is still plenty of time to make your way to the Most Magical Place on Earth and see a ton of beautiful artwork by a number of super-talented artists.