Photo exhibit of the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival coming soon

Each year Lake and Lucerne avenues are turning into an asphalt canvas for the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. (Palm Beach Post file photo)

Each year Lake and Lucerne avenues are turned into an asphalt canvas for the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. (Palm Beach Post file photo)

LAKE WORTH — Starting Feb. 4, “Scenes on the Street,” a photo exhibit of the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, will be on display at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. The exhibit is a small sampling of some of the scenes of the street created during the annual festival, which is scheduled for Feb. 25 and 26 in downtown Lake Worth on Lake and Lucerene avenues.

The exhibit, which runs through March 4, will feature festival photos over the past two decades by Robert Dreverman, Jr. and Carig Houdeshell.

More than 600 artists turn asphalt into their personal canvas at what is billed as the largest street painting festival in the world.