Shadows cast in chalk

ellis gallagher Pearl Street chalk shadow

It looks like chalk artist Ellis Gallagher was in Albany during the last few days. Tim spotted this work (above) at Pearl Street and Columbia Street Saturday. (Thanks, Tim!)

If you head over to Gallagher's Instagram, you can see a few more works: next to the Capitol, and at Lark and Spring.

Here's a NYT profile of Gallagher from way back in 2005 that looks at the origin of the chalk shadow work.

If you noticed any others and snapped a pic, we'd love to see them.

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