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Festival 5

Festival attendees, like 4-year-old Sloane Wisor, were encouraged to contribute to the mural and were provided with brushes and paint. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 2

A mural on 3rd and McKinley streeets was painted by 23-year-old Noelle Martinez, who incorporates elements of pop art and graffiti in her work and celebrated her birthday Friday while blending the edges of her panel with the ones before and it. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 9

Celina Buckborough quickly swipes black spray paint along the edge of a flower petal at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts on Friday. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 7

Lucretia Torva prepares to add detail to the bumper of a classic car, which blends into a panel that she helped festival attendees paint with a dark blue night sky. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 8

Spray paint lines a spattered crate near Celina Buckborough, whose mural contribution Friday depicted a life-sized flower in front of a desert sunset. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 6

Full-time artist Matt Brown painted the mural at 9th and Grand Avenues and added a spray-painted portrait to the Calle 16 project at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts on Friday. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 5

Festival attendees, like 4-year-old Sloane Wisor, were encouraged to contribute to the mural and were provided with brushes and paint. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 4

Tax accountant Jake Beckman stands barefooted as she dips her brush in the shallow wells of an egg carton to add detials to her depiction of a flaminco dancer performing above a Phoenix skyline at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts on Friday. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 3

Noelle Martinez clustered her paint tubes and brushes behind her mural section on the Hance Park lawn Dec. 7-9 at the inaugural Phoenix Festival of the Arts. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 2

A mural on 3rd and McKinley streeets was painted by 23-year-old Noelle Martinez, who incorporates elements of pop art and graffiti in her work and celebrated her birthday Friday while blending the edges of her panel with the ones before and it. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 1

Members of the Calle 16 mural project were featured at the inaugural Phoenix Festival of the Arts Dec. 7-9 where they painted scenes on large white sections of a 1,200-foot-long mural. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 9

Celina Buckborough quickly swipes black spray paint along the edge of a flower petal at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts on Friday. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 8

Spray paint lines a spattered crate near Celina Buckborough, whose mural contribution Friday depicted a life-sized flower in front of a desert sunset. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 7

Lucretia Torva prepares to add detail to the bumper of a classic car, which blends into a panel that she helped festival attendees paint with a dark blue night sky. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 6

Full-time artist Matt Brown painted the mural at 9th and Grand Avenues and added a spray-painted portrait to the Calle 16 project at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts on Friday. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 5

Festival attendees, like 4-year-old Sloane Wisor, were encouraged to contribute to the mural and were provided with brushes and paint. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 4

Tax accountant Jake Beckman stands barefooted as she dips her brush in the shallow wells of an egg carton to add detials to her depiction of a flaminco dancer performing above a Phoenix skyline at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts on Friday. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 3

Noelle Martinez clustered her paint tubes and brushes behind her mural section on the Hance Park lawn Dec. 7-9 at the inaugural Phoenix Festival of the Arts. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)


Festival 1

Members of the Calle 16 mural project were featured at the inaugural Phoenix Festival of the Arts Dec. 7-9 where they painted scenes on large white sections of a 1,200-foot-long mural. (Photo by Yvonne Gonzalez)