October 03, 2016 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Pastels 2016 

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Mark McKenna
Farmers Market lined the plaza during Pastels on the Plaza.
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Local artist Katie Texas has been participating in Pastels on the Plaza since 2003 and has completed squares for a variety of employers and friends. This year a friend “roped” her into working on a square for the Humboldt Literacy Project.
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Cousins Andrea Peterson, left, and Lindsey Templeton work on two adjoining squares. Peterson was working on a square for Green Diamond, and Templeton was working on a square for the Fieldbrook Market and Eatery.
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Tools of the trade.
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Literally pastels on the plaza.
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Aren Rye of Arcata manipulates a hula hoop during Pastels on the plaza Saturday afternoon.
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Juggler Joshua Pomerleau concentrates on his pins.
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Kristen Porter shows off the pastels stuck to her skin. Porter was working on a square for Jay Sooter’s Pure Water Spas.
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Pastels on the Plaza as seen from the Arcata Fire Department's ladder truck approximately 95 feet in the air.
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Arcata Fire Department held their open house Saturday. Aila Nickell 5, of Eureka, her twin brother Christian, 5, and older Brother Julien 8 were given coloring books and other items after viewing the art on the plaza.
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Blake Reagan expands on the Planet Teas art on the Arcata Plaza.
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Donovan Larimore uses a stencil to add bright circles to the art for Shiva's Gift.
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Marlena Kellogg gets her face painted by Michelle Marker.
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Marlena Kellogg reacts to the face painting she received from Michelle Marker.
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Westhaven Center for the Arts Artist in Residence Antoinette Magyar select the square she was working on because she felt the crack in the sidewalk needed to be a tree. Magyar has been created the squares for the Westhaven Center for the Arts and the Lighthouse Grill for the past three years.
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Jacqueline Davis came to the Farmer's Market unaware that Pastels on the Plaza was happening. She and a friend were buying items from the market to use as subjects for still life paintings and Pastels on the Plaza was an added bonus.
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People were still viewing works from Pastels on the Plaza well into the afternoon.
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Farmers Market lined the plaza during Pastels on the Plaza.

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