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I Modnnari XXVI In Progress
California
Although some of the masterpieces are finished early so festival attendees can enjoy the finished work of art, a large part of the enjoyment is seeing the creativity at work. The skill that goes into creating these images is apparent, especially when you see how easy it is to smudge them and the effort the artists must take to finish the last detail. Especially in the spaces that have others' works of art right next to them.
Copyright: Bill Heller
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Uploaded: 29/05/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: i modnnari; santa barbara; santa barbara mission; california; festival; street painting; chalk; sidewalk chalk; event; mission; california missions
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