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VIDEO: 16-year-old sidewalk chalk artist explains process

Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, created her sidewalk art freehand, without a previous sketch. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, created her sidewalk art freehand, without a previous sketch. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
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Teen's seventh year participating in the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Three Rivers Festival

Saturday, July 13, 2013 03:03 pm
UPDATED: Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, won 2nd place in the People's Choice category.

Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, created her sidewalk art freehand, without a previous sketch. Her art is based upon the movie "Rise of the Guardians." She has been doing chalk art for seven years.

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