Art and Street Painting Festival participants create beautiful pieces of art

Gayle DuRivage creates a piece of harmony and unity for the virtual 2020 Art and Street Painting Festival. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The city of Temecula recently held its virtual 2020 Art and Street Painting Festival. Due to social distancing orders with the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s festival was held entirely online, and many individuals created their own pieces for the show.Menifee resident Gayle DuRivage has participated in the Temecula’s annual festival for 14 years. The first time she participated in the chalk art event she didn’t know much about it, even though she’s an artist and has a degree in illustration and graphic design.“I learned a lot the first year that I participated, as far as what chalks we use and the way that artists transfer images to get them proportionately onto the street,” DuRivage said. “It’s something that I’ve enjoyed doing because it's fun doing the art o
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