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    Guests examine prints on display Sunday at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta during a gala reception for the artists who contributed to the “Sense of Place” exhibit. The show features 90 original works of art created collaboratively by Maine and Ecuadorian artists.

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    Marihalie Leeman, left, her granddaughter, Halie Lyons, and her daughter, Theresa Leeman, view prints on display Sunday at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta during a reception for the artists who contributed to the “Sense of Place” exhibit. The show features 90 original works created by local artists in collaboration with artists from Ecuador. The elder Leeman’s daughter, Donna Parkinson, contributed to the show.

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    Professor of Art Karen Adrienne discusses the prints on display Sunday at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta during a reception for the artists who contributed to the “Sense of Place” exhibit. The show features 90 original works created by local artists in collaboration with artists from Ecuador.

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    Judith Long, left, describes to her friend Ann Slocum prints on display Sunday at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta during a reception for the artists who contributed to the “Sense of Place” exhibit. The show features 90 original works created by local artists in collaboration with artists from Ecuador.

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