Our Member Artists
As a diverse group, we offer many talents and types of chalk art. We chalk on the ground, chalkboards, walls, or even on traditional paper. Explore the list of our Georgia and non-Georgia based members below. If you want to hire someone, simply click on their image to visit their websites and contact them directly. Or contact us and we can best match an artist in our organization with the skills your project requires.
Our featured artists work hard to help shape the Georgia Chalk Artists Guild. They come to our meetings and lead community events. Without them, chalk art in Georgia would not be a thing!
Jessi earned her BFA from SCAD and has been chalking professionally for over 10 years at different music and art festivals around the world. She specializes in large scale chalk murals, portraits, chalk board art and community events.
Zach has a passion for making new friends and building community through chalk art. He co-founded the GA Chalk Artists Guild in 2014 to help promote street painting in GA. He has been featured in chalk art festivals from coast to coast and a few in Europe.
Heather Cap is a chalk artist and festival organizer. She first attended GACAG's Pop-Up Chalk event in April of 2016 and was instantly hooked. She organized and chalked Fayette County’s first Chalk Festival in May of 2016 and did it again in Tyrone, GA at the 2017 Shamrock Arts Celebration. She has lead chalk classes for students at several Fayette County schools includes Peeples Elementary Cultural Arts Week and The Campus in 2016-17.
Fawne DeRosia is a multi-talented chalk artist from Thomaston, Georgia who creates in a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, window art, and large format murals. She is the founder of Flint Rose Studio, where she increases her body of work, hosts art workshops, and works to foster the growth of art culture of the greater Thomaston/Upson County area.
Meg Mitchell is an Atlanta artist and designer who has been creating unique works of chalk art for over 6 years. She specializes in hand-lettering and logos but loves to mix it up with whimsical sidewalk pieces. Meg is owner and freelancer at Everlong Creative.
Cathryn Bozone is an Atlanta based artist. She lives in downtown with her plumpish, black cat named Bear. She graduated from The University of West Georgia last spring with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a concentration in Graphic Design. She has experience with a variety of mediums including painting, printmaking, street painting, and design. She loves analog artistic processes and doesn't mind getting her hands dirty.
Chelsey entered the world of street art after being inspired by her high school’s annual sidewalk festival. Street art was a chance to travel and explore the art community in a whole new way. Over 10 years later she is still playing with color and exploring what can be done with the freehand method to combine realism and fantasy to bring an image to life. Outside of chalk, Chelsey works in a variety of mediums, always creating something new. This year Chelsey and her husband made the move from Florida to Georgia and is now one of our local artists!
James Wheeler moved to the Atlanta area in 2014 from Nashville, TN. He studied graphic design at MTSU and that is where he found a love for typography. He has since spent time exploring new mediums and experimenting with typography in each. Through collaboration with Quan McFall he created chalk pieces all around downtown Nashville. He was then noticed by a member within the Nashville Predators organization worked some jobs with them and several production companies around the city. He has also been working toward starting his own skateboard deck company that will feature his art.
Brittany is a Griffin based artist who has been creating chalk art since she was introduced to the medium by a high school art teacher. She loves to create pieces that involve her love of entertainment and pops of color. When not chalking she can be found working with various mediums, from spray paint to pencil and ink. She is never afraid to try a new medium and is always looking for new things to learn and add to her artistic process.
MONKPANDA is an Atlanta-native, street artist, graphic designer, and chalk artist. He currently travels with GACAG participating in chalk festivals, chalk pop-ups, and teaching youth camps or local schools about chalk.
We are excited to include members of all levels, talents and backgrounds. These individuals participate in chalk art festivals and promote chalk as an art medium.
Nadia de Leon
Rachel "Tippy" Boyd
Out of State Artists
We offer opportunities to out of state artists to chalk with us. Many members from GA also participate in out of state events or travel for chalk projects and collaborate with out of state members.