Eureka Street Art Festival 2019 

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Festival organizers Jenna Catsos (left) and Michelle Cartledge brief a tour group on the Eureka Street Art Festival.
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Toronto-based artist Jerry Rugg (BirdO) paints a giant ape-themed mural on the side of Paul's Live from New York. Rugg says that he is always inspired to incorporate animals into his work and that the ape is a reference to King Kong and a wink to New York City.
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Eureka based artist Blake Reagan paints a colorful mural above Stuff N’ Things.
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Arcata artist Tony Diaz talks about how he worked with Picky Picky Picky to create an illustration that is both loyal to his style and representative of the store’s customers.
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The mural in progress at Picky Picky Picky.
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Diana Lynn explains her inspiration for painting the wall in what she calls “Artist’s Alley” behind the North Coast Repertory Theatre.
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Originally from Buenos Aires, Mabel Vicentef is a self-described nomadic street artist who travels the world doing high-dimension murals. She creates all her colors from primary paints herself.
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Mabel Vicentef at work.
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Toronto based artist Nick Sweetman explains how he arrives early in the cities he paints murals in order to learn more about them and incorporate local aspects into his piece.
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Sweetman say on a visit to Indian Island he was moved by the history as well as the local wildlife.
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Lynn M. Jones from Blue Lake, displays her reference painting for her mural.
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Located behind the Morris Graves Museum Jones' mural will be the tallest of the whole festival.
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Eureka-based artist Anna Sofia Amezcua explains her process in creating unapologetically "feminine" art with evocative colors and brush strokes.
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Anna Sofia Amezcua in front of her work in progress.
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Duane Flatmo updates and re-touches one of his classic Eureka murals and explains how the Street Art Festival is the perfect opportunity to do so.
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Eureka artist Steph Godfrey's star covered bench.
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Godfrey says that her star pattern matches that of the night sky over Eureka from its date of founding in 1874.
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Sacramento-based artist ‘2hermano’ paints a psychedelic sprawl behind Swanlund’s.
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2hermano talking about his mural.
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Fortuna artist Sonny Wong (not pictured) paints his iconic self-portrait character building a ship in a bottle.
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Eureka artist Lucas Thornton explains how he plans to work long after the festival is done. His mural, located on the side of the Redwood Art Association, will incorporate portraits of locally and internationally renowned artists.
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Dave Van Patten of Long Beach talks about how he wanted to highlight nature and being unplugged from technology in his mural.
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Festival organizers Jenna Catsos (left) and Michelle Cartledge brief a tour group on the Eureka Street Art Festival.

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