East Penn Press

Saturday, December 7, 2019
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSOut of Our Minds Art Studio recently hosted a chalk the walk event at the Macungie Fire Company. ABOVE: Mary Dreisbach earns third place honors in the adult category for her chalk artwork of a butterfly. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSOut of Our Minds Art Studio recently hosted a chalk the walk event at the Macungie Fire Company. ABOVE: Mary Dreisbach earns third place honors in the adult category for her chalk artwork of a butterfly.
Audrey Erb’s chalk art of a bear with a fish takes second place honors in the adult division. Audrey Erb’s chalk art of a bear with a fish takes second place honors in the adult division.
ABOVE: Celebrating the picture named Best in Show are, from left to right, Kyle Bernhard, Macungie police officer, Angela Faidley, event organizer, Sylvia Trone, judge, Doris Horner, judge, Todd Bernhard, Macungie police officer, Taylor Faidley, judge, Susan Gilio, judge and, front, Gavin James Gilio, on all fours. LEFT: LeDonne Wanamaker’s fish is named Best in Show. ABOVE: Celebrating the picture named Best in Show are, from left to right, Kyle Bernhard, Macungie police officer, Angela Faidley, event organizer, Sylvia Trone, judge, Doris Horner, judge, Todd Bernhard, Macungie police officer, Taylor Faidley, judge, Susan Gilio, judge and, front, Gavin James Gilio, on all fours. LEFT: LeDonne Wanamaker’s fish is named Best in Show.
LeDonne Wanamaker’s fish is named Best in Show. LeDonne Wanamaker’s fish is named Best in Show.
RIGHT: A work featuring a koi fish earns Allie Heydorn second place honors in the category for 14-to-17-year-old artists. RIGHT: A work featuring a koi fish earns Allie Heydorn second place honors in the category for 14-to-17-year-old artists.
Sarah Furey places second in the category for 11-to-13-year-old artists with her chalk painting of a pineapple. Sarah Furey places second in the category for 11-to-13-year-old artists with her chalk painting of a pineapple.

OUT OF OUR MINDS ART STUDIO

Thursday, August 8, 2019 by The Press in Local News

Artists skillfully ‘chalk the walk’