2019 Chalk Schedule

March 01, 2019

Saturday, May 18- 10-4pm BurgSpringFest, Miamisburg, OH

Friday & Saturday, 5/25 & 26, St. Charles Chalk Art Festival, St. Charles, IL

Thursday, May 30- 5-7pm Cyde "Butch Seidle Community Pool Grand Opening, Hilliard

Saturday, 6/1- Smart Columbus driverless car stops

Friday, 6/7- Columbus Commons Kids Day

Saturday, 6/8- Columbus Arts Festival  10-4pm

Friday & Saturday, 6/14 &15, Explore Deerfield Towne Center, Deerfield, OH

Saturday, 6/22- Oberlin Chalk Fest

Thursday, 7/4- Freedomfest, Hilliard Family Aquatic Center, Hilliard, OH

Saturday, 7/13- Summer Jam, Westgate Park, 11-6pm

Thursday, 7/25 Christmas in July, Cyde "Butch Seidle Community Pool, Hilliard, OH

Friday, 7/26 Columbus Commons Kids Day

Saturday, 7/27- Ohio State Fair

Friday, 8/2- Columbus Commons Kids Day

Saturday, 8/10- ASAE Opening Event at COSI

Tuesday, 8/20- Hilliard Family Aquatic Center, Hilliard, OH

Thursday, 8/22- Plain City Farmers' Market 4-7pm

Saturday, 9/14- Plain City Chalk Art Festival 10-6pm

Sunday, 9/22- Hilliard Fall Festival 1-4pm

Saturday, 9/28- Columbus Commons Fall Festival 12-4pm

Week of 9/30- Springfield Chalk Fest Promo

Saturday, 10/5- Springfield Chalk Art Festival

Saturday, 10/12- Yellow Springs Street Fair 10-5

October 18-20- Clearwater Beach Chalk Festival

2018 B.R.E.A.D! Festival honors even more diversity

October 01, 2018

Dublin Life Magazine, Collen D'Angelo

This year, Frambes will switch gears a bit with a new experience that she calls “the opportunity of a lifetime.” A group of monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery in India will be visiting Dublin to create a beautiful and meaningful five-by-five-foot sand mandala over the course of several days. Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram, and this particular mandala is called Avalokiteśvara, or Buddha of compassion, which is significant as the festival aims to bring cultures together. 

As part of the B.R.E.A.D! Festival, the monks will train Frambes to use their sand tools so she, in turn, can lead the public in creating its own separate public sand art piece.

“It will be incredible to learn from the originators of this ancient art and share the knowledge with festival attendees,” says Frambes.

Plain City woman excels in ‘temporary’ art- Madison Press

September 12, 2017

Being an artist takes up a lot of her free time. “The last couple of years I have been super busy in the Spring. I usually have something going on every weekend. If not, it’s weird to have a weekend off. I am either doing a festival, or I am doing an event. 

Chalk artist has an eye for detail

July 24, 2017

WSYX/WTTE Good Day Columbus with Marshall McPeek & Shawn Ireland  — Hilary Frambes, featured in a recent Slice of Life story, stopped by Good Day Columbus to draw a special piece of artwork for us!

Her art disappears within 24 hours.....

July 21, 2017


Adam Slinger interview....A Plain City artist spends her entire day creating something that will be washed away within hours.

Hilary Frambes is a professional chalk artist.

"You hardly ever see an artist making art," Frambes told WSYX/WTTE from the Rock the Block event in Marysville earlier this month. "I think it is fun to showcase the process."

Friday Nights with an artistic spin- Marysville Journal Tribune

July 15, 2017

Professional chalk artist Hilary Meyers Frambes, of Plain City, works on a picture of Wonder Woman at this weekend’s Friday Nights Uptown event at Partners Park. Frambes was invited by the Marysville Art League to take part in its Chalk the Block event. 

Madison Press Article on Chalk Art in Clearwater

October 27, 2016

“The whole experience is different because you are interacting with the public while you are creating… people respond to it and it’s a conversation. I like to interact with the crowd and I like to talk especially to the kids… the whole process is enjoyable and cathartic,” Frambes said.  Click below for the full article.  

Rock the 'Ville Article in This Week News

August 20, 2016

Frambes worked on a large headshot-type portrait of the rock singer Debbie Harry, formerly the lead singer of Blondie.

“It seemed appropriate to feature Blondie, because of the rock and roll theme,” she said.

Click below for full article

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