Artists seek to engage the public, to force them to see, think, experience, and feel the artwork. Tray Lee Stum is an artist with a unique medium, chalk, that is engaging the public in a different way. Stum is a street artist, who creates amazingly interactive art on sidewalks and buildings, only to see them washed away with the rain.
Watch her amazing story here.
In July and August, Indiana Humanities is exploring the topic of “passion,” as part of its Spirit of Competition theme.