Chalk Artist, Designer, Muralist, Iconographer
Tone Medina (b. 1972) is a multimedia visual artist living in Denver, CO. Tone received his B.F.A. in Communication Design from Metropolitan State University of Denver. The primary medium has been chalk art, his work has been featured at the Festival Italiano in Belmar CO as well as performances at Art Work Network gallery in Denver.
My contribution to a promotional video for the book Desperado, a Mile High Noir by Manuel Ramos.
The Know: PUBLISHED: May 30th, 2018, 3:52 PM
By, Sara Grant / The Know
Tedex Denver 2016
I was asked to create a mural for the 1st Tedex event in Rino. You can watch the interview on Vimeo here.
Denver Post: PUBLISHED: June 1, 2013
(Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post)
Folks chalking it up for art in Denver’s Larimer Square
ArtWork Network: Art Gallery
BirdSeed Collective: An organization committed to improving their community through art.
CHAC: The Chicano Humanities and Arts Council
Denver Art Society: A nonprofit coop gallery
Artists & Designers
People & groups I admire and collaborated with.
Kyle Banister: Artist
Sydney Eitel: President at Colorado Watercolor Society
Bobby Lefebre: Writer, Performer. CoFounder of Cafe Cultura.
Jennifer Mosquera: Artist & Event Coordinator.
Founder of West Wolf Gallery
These venues have made their spaces available for performance art.