For years, local North Fork chalk artist Kara Hoblin’s work has been a source of inspiration. She has an innate talent for transforming the world around her into majestic, colorful works of art. Amid tough times, Hoblin took her talents to the pavement. Using the driveway as her canvas, she has created a piece that’s resonated with individuals both near and far. In less than 24 hours the images have gone viral, and been shared thousands of times and growing.
“My work is meant to be a tribute to everyone out there right now who is continuing to do their jobs, both on and off the front lines,” said Hoblin. “I may have only drawn health care workers but it’s meant to symbolize all of those in a community. It’s a thank you to everyone, highlighting the nurses and doctors on the front lines but also in spirit saying thanks to every health care and essential worker. We thank you.”
Follow her on Instagram @KaraBellaa to view more of her work.