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Eureka Street Art Festival 

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Matt Beard continues his work on a utility box known to some as a community posting board.
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The first day’s work on a wall of The Shanty.
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Johnathon Desoto presents his work in progress on day one.
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Rachel Schlueter puts the finishing touches on her piece for the day.
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Christopher Dmise, left, and Brandon Knok, right, begin their murals.
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Zaila Barba-Oliveri, top left, Phyllis Barba, top right, and Courtney Karnes, bottom, work on their collaborative mural with Ellie Gainey (not pictured).
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Blake Reagan works from the lift on the back of The Speakeasy.
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Christopher Dmise, left, and Brandon Knok, right, continue work.
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Trinidad local and HSU Art department alumni Matthew Marshall, center top, pauses work on the back of Redwood Coast Energy Authority to speak to a tour group on the second day.
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Claire Reynolds leads the beginning of a tour down Opera Alley on day two.
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Christopher Dmise pauses work to answer questions during a tour.
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Arcata High School photography students present images that represent what Redwood National and State Parks means to them.
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Blake Reagan finishes his work for the day on the back of The Speakeasy.
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Jenna Catsos pauses while leading a tour, to point out Matt Beard’s piece that had yet to start.
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Ellie Gainey, left, Phyllis Barba, middle-left, Zaila Barba-Oliveri, middle-right, and Courtney Karnes, right, pause work to introduce themselves to a tour.
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Stock Schlueter mixes acrylic paint on day two the Eureka Street Art Festival.
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Rachel, left, and Stock Schlueter, right, work on their murals just outside C Street Studios, where they each have their own studio.
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Director of the Black Faun Art Gallery Claire Reynolds details the work of Elizabeth Berrien at the end of a tour.
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Rachel Schlueter opened up her studio to the public after the end of a tour.
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James Carey pauses to look at a printed image of the mural he and Dave Van Patten, not pictured, are painting on the side of The Shanty.
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Matt Beard’s work on Eureka’s unofficial community board in Old Town.
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Anna Sofia Amezcua’s progress as of Monday evening.
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The work progress of Christopher Dmise, left, and Brandon Knox, right as of Monday.
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Dave Van Patten uses a bucket lift to paint the his piece on the side of The Shanty.
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Stock Schlueter’s piece as of Monday evening.
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Rachel Schlueter’s work as of Monday evening.
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“Everything That Makes You Feel Bad Is A Lie,” the second piece from Anna Sofia Amezcua featured in the Eureka Street Art Festival.
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The only mural not in Opera Alley, Xavi Panneton’s work as of Monday evening.
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Xavi Panneton puts finishing touches after a 9-hour day of spray painting his mural on the side of the Roadway Inn on Friday.
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Phyllis Barba, left, uses sharpie to detail aspects of a collaborative mural titled "Spin."
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Ellie Gainey, right, puts the final touches on her portion of “Spin” Friday evening.
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Fortuna local Dakota Daetwiler’s painting pays homage a few of Eureka’s most known landmarks in her piece titled "The Madaket.”
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Anna Sofia Amezcua takes a moment to pause as she works on her piece titled “This Song Has No Words” near the Speakeasy on Friday.
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Wheat paste murals line the walls between F and G street in Opera Alley.
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Wheat paste murals by Brian Tripp.
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Brandon Knok works on his mural of a homeless man.
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Working from a photo taken by his father, Matthew Marshall paints the head of an elk on the back wall of Redwood Coast Energy Authority as the sun sets over Eureka.
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The seventh day of the Eureka Street Art Festival nears an end. Although Dan Kitchener’s “Electric City” was painted on the Buhne Building just over a year ago, it was still included in the festival.
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Throughout the festival, digital projections lit up the Carson Block building after sunset and featured the work of local artists
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A woman takes a video on her phone of Dave Van Patten’s mural on The Shanty.
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Phyllis Barba continues work on her collaborative piece “Spin."
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Stock Schlueter recounts his earliest memories of Burnt Ranch and his rural Northern California childhood days spent as a self-described “first generation hillbilly.”
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Matt Beard continues his work on a utility box known to some as a community posting board.
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Matt Beard takes a moment to discuss the hidden messages along the border of his piece.
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Lynn Jones of Just My Type Letterpress, second left, leads a street printing workshop as part of the festival.
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Dave Van Patten steps back from his mural on The Shanty to plan out his next area of concentration.
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Ellie Gainey adds detail to the collaborative piece “Spin.”
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Ellie Gainey working on the scaffold.
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Blake Reagan continues work Saturday morning before the crowds flood Old Town.
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Blake Reagan paints flowers on his mural behind The Speakeasy.
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Charlie Caldwell, director of the Humboldt Skatepark Collective instructs two youngsters how to balance and push on a miniature vert-ramp.
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DJ Goldylocks was one of many live acts performing throughout Saturday in Opera Alley.
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Anna Sofia Amezcua paints as art-neighbor Blake Reagan takes a moment to spectate.
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Blake Reagan poses in a boom lift rented for artists.
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Phyllis Barba, left, and Courtney Karnes, right, begin cleanup after the final day of the Eureka Street Art Festival.
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One of the last artists still working, Dave Van Patten continues his work on the side of The Shanty.
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Xavi Panneton’s completed mural on the side of the Roadway Inn.
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