The annual Chalk on the Water festival this weekend at Lake Anne Plaza brought out a bevy of artists, young and old, to color bricks with public art.
About 150 participants gathered on the plaza Saturday and Sunday to be a part of the annual event. Artists participated in four categories: family/elementary, family/junior and senior high school, amateur artists, and professional artists. Cash prizes were awarded in each category.
Winners at the festival were:
1st Place: Ben Morse
2nd Place: Penny Hauffe
3rd Place: Phil Erickson
1st Place: Bruce Wright
2nd Place: April Komar
3rd Place: Maria Dorodnitsyna
1st Place: Savannah Beard
2nd Place: Sofia Kortanek
3rd Place: Kim Stavio
All of the artwork from the weekend’s festival will remain visible on the plaza until it wears off naturally.
Photos courtesy Public Art Reston
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