She attended Ventura College in California, earning degrees in Fine Art and Commercial Art.
She is currently pursuing her murals and portraiture from her home studio (when she is not traveling the world painting the street at chalk festivals.)
With the help of two assistants, California-based artist Alice Scott Crittenden created this piece in 2008 for ArtSplash in Carlsbad, California. The work, which measures 12' x 17' and took 16 hours to make, was inspired by the 1984 book Miss Piggy's Treasury of Art Masterpieces from the Kermitage Collection. "My daughter's art history instructor used this slide to spark interest in Jan van Eyck's work," Crittenden says. Photo courtasey of Carlsbad ArtSplah.
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