Leucadia resident and artist Casey O’Connell, far right, gets help finishing her mural from her “best assistants ever,” Michiel Van Der Vaart, foreground, and George Twedt, on ladder. Photo by Tony Cagala
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LeucadiArt Walk 2015

ENCINITAS — The 11th annual LeucadiArt Walk put on by the Leucadia 101 Main Street Association drew art lovers to the “funky” community hub of Encinitas on Sunday.

Several blocks along the Coast Highway 101 were filled with hand-selected artists, all displaying their creations from glass blowers to painters, sculptors to photographers and more.

Event-goers also were able to witness the creation of the community’s newest mural — a 25-foot creation on the south wall of the historic Art Deco building at 970 N. Coast Highway 101 from local artist Casey O’Connell.

Riding in style, 3-year-old triplets Glenn, front, Rock, center, and Clive with their mom Betsy Redfern walk down to the beach on Sunday. Photo by Tony CagalaPatrons take in some of the interesting pieces of artwork during the 11th annual LeucadiArt Walk on Sunday. Photo by Tony CagalaMusician Peter Hall performs at the Art Walk. Photo by Tony CagalaEmily and Eugene Chappee sit in front of their Leucadia home on the Coast Highway 101. Eugene has lived in Leucadia since 1946. Photo by Tony CagalaStonewall Stoney Smith stands guard at an exhibitor’s booth at the Art Walk on Sunday. Photo by Tony CagalaRobin Coon, a gemologist, shows off some of her work. Photo by Tony CagalaAnyone passing by could pick up a piece of chalk and take part in some sidewalk art near 454 Tattoo in Leucadia on Sunday. Photo by Tony CagalaWhimsical Women’s Hats from Erin Wertman are on display. Photo by Tony CagalaA woman strolls the 101 during the 2015 Leucadia Art Walk, which will be held for the 13th time on Aug. 27. File photoPatrons take in art from nearly every medium, including the sculptures from artist Carla Funk. Photo by Tony CagalaA couple views some very familiar Encinitas locales-turned watercolor by artist Mary Helmreich. Photo by Tony CagalaEncinitas City Council member Tony Kranz hosts his brother-in-law, Buzz Blodgett’s, fine blown glass booth on Sunday. Photo by Tony Cagala

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