Artist Creates 3D Chalk Art at Cherry Blossom Festival

3:00 PM, Mar 21, 2012   |    comments
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While you're enjoying the Cherry Blossom fun this week, there's some 3D art you can really get into.

All California artist Tracy Lee Stum needs is a sidewalk and some chalk.

It took Stum 3 days, with some help from her assistant, to complete the three-dimensional Cherry Blossom bridge.

You'll find the display in front of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in downtown Macon.

Some people got interactive with the art, which Stum says is the goal.

Stum plans to work until 6pm Wednesday on the display.

Click here to see a time lapse of Stum creating the 3-D art.

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