August 14, 2021 Slideshows » Art Walks + Festivals

2021 Eureka Street Art Festival 

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Eureka based painter Mir De Silva begins work on her untitled piece.
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Festival organizer and Eureka based illustrator Jenna Catsos, middle, on a scissor-lift, brushes away on her mural “Queen City of Salt + Fog” with assistance from Kayla Lopez, left, and Tess Yinger, right.
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Blue Lake based artist Gina Tuzzi, left, poses with apprentice “Savage” Rosalie Faye Thomson before starting their mural “Old Rivers Grow Wilder Everyday.”
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Eureka based artist Kati “Texas” Moulton, center, works on repainting a mural originally by Robert Wyland. Moulton is assisted by Josh Overington, left, and Seth M. Smith, right.
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Arcata based artist Julia Morgan, left, and her fiance Grayson Fordyce begin work on “Jovial View Lucid Dew,” which wraps onto a separate mural (on the southern-facing wall) technically not a part of the Eureka Street Art Festival.
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From left to right, Arcata based artist Tony Diaz begins work on his mural “Tortured Beauty” with the assistance of Danielle Nutt, Maya Diaz, Dalton Brewer and Kalynn Cossolotto.
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Tony Diaz working on his mural “Tortured Beauty.”
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Tony Diaz, left, takes a moment with Dalton Brewer, right, to look over the projection for a section of “Tortured Beauty.”
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Artist Alme Allen talks about the significance of this year’s installation and how special it is to share this moment with his family.
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The Opera Alley worksite of Alme Allen’s installation.
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Eureka based artists Blake Reagan, left, and Lucas Thornton, right, begin work on their collaborative piece “We Built This City” on the south-facing wall of the county courthouse.
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Eureka based artist Lucas Thornton, right, begins work on the county courthouse with assistance from Eureka based artist Blake Reagan.
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Jenna Catsos works on the outline of her mural “Queen City of Salt + Fog.”
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Gina Tuzzi takes a moment to wave as she works on her mural “Old Rivers Grow Wilder Everyday.”
Mir De Silva works on her untitled piece. Eureka Street Art Festival artist Gina Tuzzi can be seen in a bucket-lift in the background working on her mural.
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Robert “Robot” Adams works on his mural, “People Powered”, a homage to local Kinetic Sculpture Race icon the “People Powered Bus,” which competed locally through the 1980s and 1990s.
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Robert “Robot” Adams works on his mural, “People Powered,” a homage to local Kinetic Sculpture Race icon the “People Powered Bus” which competed locally through the 1980s and 1990s.
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Julia Morgan works on her mural “Jovial View Lucid Dew.”
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Mural work continues on E Street in Eureka as haze from fires to the east begins to linger in.
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Blake Reagan, left, and Lucas Thornton, right, continue work on their collaboration “We Built This City.”
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Artist Tony Diaz, right, continues work on “Tortured Beauty” with assistance from Danielle Nutt, left.
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Oakland based artist Dave Young Kim’s mural “Fowl.”
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Artist and festival organizer Jenna Catsos continues work on her mural “Queen City of Salt + Fog.”
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Lucas Thornton continues work on “We Built This City,” a collaboration with artist Blake Reagan.
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Mir De Silva, left, works on a new addition to her original untitled mural with assistance from Lydia Morris, right.
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Artist Dave Kim, left, talks with artist Gina Tuzzi.
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Artist Dave Kim speaks about researching in preparation for his mural, “Fowl” at a press event. Kim’s mural was coordinated by the Eureka Chinatown Project and sponsored by Papa & Barkley.
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Artist Dave Kim, right, and assistant Cate Be, left, pose with Mary and Don Chin, wife and youngest son of Ben Chin, whose portrait is a part of Kim’s mural “Fowl” sponsored by the Eureka Chinatown Project.
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Eureka based painter Mir De Silva begins work on her untitled piece.

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