The Chalk Drawings continue to explore Visual Patterning. By highlighting daily aesthetics these drawings observe Time; as the viewer physically enters the drawing. There is also an element of performance.  These drawings evoke attitudes about behavior in public space. Creating varying reactions to viewing a grown person drawing on the sidewalk in chalk.  While most reactions are positive, negative reactions pertain to the concept of Property and Public Space. I have been questioned about permission, told to go back to my neighborhood and threatened by the police