.Santa Cruz in Photos: The Creative Side of Social Distance

A large chalk art work is shown in the courtyard of Abbott Square.

The piece, drawn by Janet Allinger, is one of several chalk works at the square that are part of an Open Studios project by five local artists who each drew a 6-foot “social distance circle.”

Janice Serilla got the project going. The chalk art will be around for about two weeks, or until the weather and foot traffic erase them.

See more of the art:

PHOTO: TARMO HANNULA
PHOTO: TARMO HANNULA

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Tarmo Hannula
Tarmo Hannula has been the lead photographer with The Pajaronian newspaper in Watsonville since 1997. He also reports on a wide range of topics, including police, fire, environment, schools, the arts and events. A fifth generation Californian, Tarmo was born in the Mother Lode of the Sierra (Columbia) and has lived in Santa Cruz County since the late 1970s. He earned a BA from UC Santa Cruz and has traveled to 33 countries.
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