Annoy the Void – A Whimsical Journey by Tom Smalldone

Easton, Pennsylvania – Get ready to dive into the whimsical world of Tom Smalldone with “Annoy the Void,” an upcoming exhibition at the Easton Public Market Community Art Wall.

 Known for his beloved chalk robot, affectionately named ChalkBorg, Smalldone’s artwork has captured the hearts of Easton residents with its playful charm and vibrant imagination. From mysterious chalk works appearing anonymously around town to the unveiling of the artist behind them, Smalldone’s journey has been one of creativity, community, and self-discovery.

 “I want this show to represent my DARK and LIGHT,” says Smalldone. “From darkness comes light. Finding color in the Void. The void can be scary but as long as you have your inner light, you can see your way through.”

As all shows for the community art wall are curated by Easton art enthusiast Patricia Eibes Porter, “Annoy the Void” promises to be a captivating exploration of light and darkness, whimsy and depth. Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of Tom Smalldone’s art from April 10 to May 5 at the Easton Public Market.

About Easton Public Market

Easton Public Market is a year-round, locally driven indoor market and community gathering space. It features fourteen artisanal vendors including the Highmark Farmstand, an old school butcher shop, bakery, Belgian chocolatier, flower bar, and a variety of restaurants. The Market’s demonstration kitchen and Community Room are available to rent for private parties and events. And the Kids Zone features a child-friendly dining and play space, along with a weekly Story and a Snack program. Parking is available in the 4th Street Garage, located directly behind the market.

About Greater Easton Development Partnership

GEDP is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization focused on Easton’s economic well-being, historical integrity, vibrant culture and hospitality. It manages more than two dozen programs and events that improve Easton’s quality of life including Easton Farmers’ Market, Easton Main Street Initiative, Easton Public Market, PA Bacon Fest, West Ward Community Initiative, Easton Ambassadors, Easton Winter Village, Heritage Day, Easton Garden Works and more. More:

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Jessica Ferrara