Visual Arts

The Colorful World of Via Colori 2015

  • By Joel Yau from San Rafael, California
  • Drawing by Helena and Jesus Carrival from Monterrey, Mexico
  • Anat Ronen in the zone listening to music while drawing
  • Joel Yau Finishing up his 50's style drawing
  • bb-8 by Shawn and Melanie O'Neil
  • Max draws as little Philippa gives him some constructive criticism.
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan by Shuji Nishimura from Torrance California
  • Young soul dancing to some Pink Floyd
  • Tadeo Mendoza from Monterrey finishing up his work of art.
  • Perro drawn by Tony Collantez from Puerto Vallarta,  Mexico
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  • Shawn drawing up BB-8 from the up coming star wars film
  • Vera Bugatti from Italy finishing up her piece
  • Swag Lion by German Arellano from Katy
  • Kids hanging at the festival
  • "My Sweety Sofia" By Lizette Galvan-Portillo
  • Even dogs admire the works of art
  • "I am out of brown"
  • Rick and Morty running away from an octopus.
  • Little girl being colorful as the festival
  • Camilo Gonzales giving life to a palm tree
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  • Nate Baranowski bringing to life Harden and Howard from the Houston Rockets
  • Trippy Houston by Jessica Spiro
  • Kids drawing area.
  • Lizette Galvan-Portillo putting the finishing touches on her work of art.
  • Mia Millis working on some broken bones.
  • Harmonica by Vera Bugatti from Concesio, Italy
  • Ladies enjoying some music at the festival
  • "Houston" By Armando Castelan
  • Alberto Viloria Olvera
  • Friends enjoying the festival
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  • Corazon by Adry Del Rocio from Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico
  • Work of art by local kids
  • Friends having a good time at the festival
  • Keeping it fancy while drawing
  • Finished work of Tadeo Mendoze from Monterrey, NL
  • Drawing oneself
  • 3D art by Alphagraphics
  • Tree House by Adam Malek
  • Featured artist Shawn Artis
  • Youths Enjoying some music at the festival
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  • Marry X-mas
  • HP Dodge next to a picture of HP Dodge
  • Ernst & Young by Alberto Viloria Olvera
  • Lysa Ashley from Ontario, California.
  • "Peace" by Stephanie Albert from League City
  • Youths enjoying the festival
  • Banana peel by Naomi Haverland
  • Torchy's Tacos by
  • Sunset silhouette by Camilo Gonzales
  • Artists enjoying the festival
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  • Houston birds by Carol Wells
  • "Not too shabby"
  • People enjoying the work of arts from over 200 artists
  • Han Solo on concrete by Malgan Wilkins
  • Sunset by Jaga Creative
  • Artists enjoying the show
  • Featured artist Shawn Artis explaining the meaning of his work
  • Art isn't extinct ... Unlike the poor Dodo bird. By Phillip Sanchez from Deer Park
  • Friends enjoying the festival
  • By Cesar Polack from Monterrey, Mexico
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  • Houston Rodeo by Marcos Hernandez, Roque Hernandez and Juan Ramon Mejia from New Caney
  • Pray for Paris by Marc Anthony Fong and Arturo Lopez from Katy
  • Kid showing his dad he can draw
  • Joel Espinoza
  • Self sticking it
  • "BOOM" By Erica Cavazos from Channel
  • "Sorry princess is in another castle"
  • Raziah Roushan and HP Dodge talking about the works of art they've seen so far.
  • Colorful music by Maite Rios
  • Houston Rubik's cube by featured artist Jon Gardner
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  • Woodlands Acres Middle School advance art class team
  • Art goers posing
  • Marc Anthony Fong (Right) and Arturo Lopez (Left) working on a drawing remembering the victims from the recent events in Paris
  • Friends enjoying the festival
  • Valentina Kisseleva moments after finishing her drawing
  • Razia Roushan working on Creativity out of the box featuring artist that were present on the event
  • Cesar Polock from Monterrey Mexico
  • Kids by Anat Ronen
  • Because who doesn't love minions? By Alexandra Alfeo from West Palm Beach, Florida
  • People enjoying the progress of the piece from 360 Chalk
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Lisandro Sanchez
By Joel Yau from San Rafael, California
Over 200 artists gathered from all over the world for this year's Via Colori festival to express their creativity on the streets of Houston.