2018 16th Annual


October 6th & 7th 2018



Hello! I am Lysa Ashley, an artist and teacher from Upland, CA. I have been street painting for 20 years. I love the performance aspect of the art form, and enjoy interacting with passers-by. Humans and animals are my favorite subjects; I am inspired by the expressions and personality we see on faces! As a teacher, I like the challenge of integrating visual art into the academic curriculum in order to inspire children in both learning AND creativity!


Delphine Louie Anaya has been working as a traditional and digital artist for over 20 years. Born in San Francisco, she earned a BFA in illustration at the Academy of Art University, and currently resides in North Hollywood with her husband, Alfonso. Her illustration career included clients such as Levi Strauss, Disney Interactive, Hasbro Interactive, Mattel Toys, Sony Studios, Vivendi Inc. Her interest in chalk painting began at the 2002 Santa Barbara I Madonnari Festival. By her 5th year, she was traveling and competing in chalk drawing competitions locally and globally. Nowadays, Delphine is a full time design arts teacher at a private high school. She is always happy to participate and promote street painting festivals whenever her schedule allows.


Ever is a fine artist, classically trained in painting, drawing, sculpture and traditional animation. He is known most prominently for his award winning Chalk Street Painting talents. He began his journey enriched by the vibrant colors of Mexico and eventually by the multicultural influences of Southern California. Through his art, he shares an interpretation of colors that goes beyond what the naked eye can see in all that surrounds him. We are very proud to have Ever returning again this year.


Meredith graduated from Rhode Island School of Design 1989 - BFA in Graphic Design. Working as Graphic Designer/Art Director at AGIA, Computer Motion, Nexxus Haircare, Forms+Surfaces. She has received multiple awards for printed materials including Annual Reports, Media Kits, Brochures and Advertisements. Meredith is currently working at her own design studio MMGD Meredith Morin Graphic Design which opened in October of 2016. Assemblage artist, Imadonnari artist since 1992 Attended festivals in Santa Barbara, Puerto Vallarta, San Luis Obispo and Valencia.


Raziah Roushan has been working as a professional artist in mediums such as oil, acrylic, charcoal, pastel, aerosol, printmaking, as well murals and large-scale chalk art for over 20 years. Raziah been a planet-traveler teaching, networking and contracting for the purposes of visual art. Her portfolio includes over 50 exhibitions, 20 large-scale murals, and performance at 47 chalk festivals. She has worked with marketing agencies such as Westfield Mall, Rockskip Agency, and businesses such as Johnny Rockets, and the HEA Project and city agencies such as the Philadelphia Mural Arts, City of Vista’s Vista Business Association, City of Beaverton’s Art Program, and City of San Diego’s Port Authority.

Raziah holds a Master’s Degree in Art Administration from Savannah College of Art & Design and Bachelor’s of Fine Art from Pacific Northwest College of Art. Her degrees continue to advance her business practices and personalized services with select non-profit organizations.


Jolene became interested in art at a very young age, following her passion into high school, where she learned to work with chalk and became an annual artist at the Marin Street Painting Festival. In 2008, she received a BA in Fine Art from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Jolene has participated in street painting events across the country, and this will be her second time with Art Along the Rogue. Jolene currently lives in Oakland, California, where she works as a freelance artist.


Tattooer of flowers, painter of dreams, seeker of panoramas and pastries. Soul grown in the mountains of Oregon and heart in Baja. Lucky enough to have found a profession that feeds both. Currently residing in Todos Santos, Mexico. I work at my studio in Grants Pass, Oregon as a tattooer and a painter. 12 years returning to Art Along the Rogue, 6 years with a tattoo machine in hand and a lifetime of loving visual creation. I am unceasingly grateful to be afforded the luxury of doing what I love for a living.