NirManaFest ‘Journey’ ends, and begins

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Mayor Derek Kawakami drops in on Seth Womble and most of the NirManaFest team artists at the mural on the Pi‘ikoi Building of the Lihu‘e Civic Center Tuesday afternoon.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    NirManaFest team artist Lucas Murillo waits for direction with his NirManaFest mascot Saturday along with Trysen Kaneshige and Melinda Morey while photographer Todd Fuerte works with artist Nick Arnold at the Hardy-Street-facing wall of the Pi‘ikoi Building of the Lihu‘e Civic Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    A portion of the NirManaFest team, from left Trysen Kaneshige, Nick Arnold and Lucas Murillo, wait on a team photo Saturday at the mural on the Pi‘ikoi Building of the Lihu‘e Civic Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    The NirManaFest team of Shastin Grace and Holly Ka‘iakapu work on walls of an apartment building along ‘Ewalu Street behind Rice Street in Lihu‘e.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Photographer Todd Fuerte gets a shot of NirManaFest team members from left Caitlin Fregosi, Schianne Schorr Inman and Melinda Morey Saturday in front of their completed wall on the west-facing side of the Pi‘ikoi Building of the Lihu‘e Civic Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    The two-panel mural on the Hardy-Street-facing wall of the Pi‘ikoi Building of the Lihu‘e Civic Center brightens the landscape Sunday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Mayor Derek Kawakami drops in to view the NirManaFest 2020 mural results Tuesday while participating artists listen to his remarks, at the Pi‘ikoi Building of the Lihu‘e Civic Center.

The NirManaFest 2020 mural project came to a quiet close Saturday with the sun sinking below the German Hill plateau as the team of 15 artists trooped supplies to Seth Womble’s truck.

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