Step by step, here's how Nate created an amazing 3-d piece of art right on Broad Street in downtown St. Joe!

Photos by Joshua Nowicki and Nate Baranowski

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Nate started with layers of yellow, white, brown, and shades of blue tempera paint for a smooth surface. 

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With help from his family, Nate's landscape of mountains started to be chalked in. 

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A man appeared on the cliff, somewhat distorted to viewers gazing over the piece. 

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From the rooftop at Ryebelle's, you could see the piece grow, though the proportions looked a little strange. 

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Nate added lots of detail to the piece throughout Saturday and early Sunday. 

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As the piece came into it's final stages, there was a crowd curious to see what the final product would appear as. 

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Finally, the piece was ready for some fun! 



Here's Nate Baranowski, artist, showing us the excitement to be found with his piece at Chalk the Block!

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Interested in reading more about the process of chalk? Check out our post here with plenty of progress pictures!