The 20th Annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival


The lips of singer Katy Perry, made by Lake Worth Christian School students. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


The beginning of a portrait of actress Hedy Lamar is sketched on the pavement by artist Joel Yau, of San Rafael, CA. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Gina Nolt, of Lake Worth, left and Becca Bartlett, center, of Charleston, SC., work on a chalk painting of the character Effie Trinket from the movie “The Hunger Games”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Carrie Bennett, of Lighthouse Point, spreads chalk on the pavement as she paints the movie “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Carrie Bennett, of Lighthouse Point, spreads chalk on the pavement as she paints the movie “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Kacee Weber, of Lake Worth, laughs during a break. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Troy Ferguson, of Lake Worth High school, chalks the pavement. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Jay Schwartz, of Santa Barbara, CA., left, works on a Star Wars theme and Nate Baranowski, of Tampa, works on Robert Downey Jr., for Sherlock Holmes. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


An atist paints the red carpet for the Academy Awards. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Mike Hicks, Jordan Cox, Maggie Cox and Anne Cox paint the character Sven from the movie “Frozen”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Alee Harrison, 13, wears the tv series “Doctor Who” on her legs as she works on a painting for Operation Blue Pride. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Tracy Lee Stum, of Ventura, CA., left, Alex Alfeo, 16, of Boynton Beach, and Sharyn Namnath, of Santa Barbara, CA., work on King Kong. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Jill Baranowski, of Tampa, works on “Sherlock Holmes”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Jackie Kovach, of West Palm Beach, paints Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr, from “An Affair to Remember”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Saturday night, some paintings ae covered and others remain exposed to the elements on Lake Ave. (Photo by Mark Edelson/The Palm Beach Post)


Jeanie Burns, of West Palm Beach, paints a portrait of Natalie Portman, from the movie, “Black Swan”. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


A dramatic scene painted by husband and wife artists Wayne and Cheryl Renshaw, of Santa Clara, CA. They said they painted from photos they made of their niece, Catie Smith and nephew, Alex Smith. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Mike Las Casas, of Palm Beach Gardens, paints the foot of a dinasour. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Manuel Gomez, of West Palm Beach, works on a painting of Marlon Brando in “The Godfather”. This is the eighth year Gomez has participated in the festival. (Photo by Mark Edelson/The Palm Beach Post)


Liz Dias, of Lake Worth, created art from the movie “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, based on the book by Hunter S. Thompson. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Artists create on Lake Avenue. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Gabrielle Mathews, of Lake Worth, and Martine Demler, of Boynton Beach, pose for photos on the red carpet of a rain soaked version of the the Academy Awards red carpet, created by artist Jennifer Chaparro. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


A painting of the poster for “Jaws”, the 1975 film directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Peter Benchley’s novel of the same name. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


An afternoon rain shower begins to wash away the chalk face of a painting. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Students from John I. Leonard High School rest on protective sheeting while it rains Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Street paintings fill Lucerne Avenue. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


An untitled work. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Joel Yau, of San Rafael, CA., paints a portrait of actress Hedy Lamar. (Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post)


Cars drive over the remnants of artwork from, Sunday night. (Photo by Madeline Gray/The Palm Beach Post)

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