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Tracing the pattern

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The Round Rock Area Art Council in collaboration with Children At Heart Ministries led an art and music festival in Round Rock, TX on October 8 & 9. I participated as an artist in the first ever Chalk Walk portion of the event. I started with an equilateral triangle and used the slice method to create a template, which I then traced to create my chalk tessellation. I prefer using a triangle to a square or rectangle because of the way it creates a rounded pattern instead of a grid. I also made sure to extend a few of the shapes beyond the main bulk to draw attention to the individual pattern.

My creation is featured on Tessellations.org where I conceived the idea for it.

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8 hours later...

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