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    Hannah Blunt, holds the tape measure as Rachel McDonald makes a mark as they hang an exhibit on the walls at the Common Street Art Gallery in downtown Waterville on Wednesday. The exhibit, “Honey, I Shrunk the ARTworks” is a collection of 250 6-inch-by-6-inch wooden panels that were turned into pieces of art by more than 100 Maine artists.

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    Romey Mize, left, and Hannah Blunt, right, look at part of the exhibit they are hanging at the Common Street Art Gallery in downtown Waterville on Wednesday. The exhibit, “Honey, I Shrunk the ARTworks” is a collection of 250 6-inch-by-6-inch wooden panels that were turned into pieces of art by more than 100 Maine artists. The artists are a mix of amateur, emerging and professional and the pieces range from traditional mediums to the off-beat, such as egg-shell mosaics. The exhibition opens Saturday.

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    Staff photo by Michael G. SeamansEmilie Knight marks a level line to hang an exhibit on the walls at the Common Street Art Gallery in downtown Waterville on Wednesday. The exhibit, “Honey, I Shrunk the ARTworks” is a collection of 250 6-inch-by-6-inch wooden panels that were turned into pieces of art by more than 100 Maine artists.

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    Staff photo by Michael G. SeamansRomey Mize, marks level line as she prepares the walls for an exhibit at the Common Street Art Gallery in downtown Waterville on Wednesday. The exhibit, “Honey, I Shrunk the ARTworks” is a collection of 250 6-inch-by-6-inch wooden panels that were turned into pieces of art by more than 100 Maine artists.

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    Staff photo by Michael G. SeamansRachel McDonald, left and Hannah Blunt, right, hang art work on the walls at the Common Street Art Gallery in downtown Waterville on Wednesday. The exhibit, “Honey, I Shrunk the ARTworks” is a collection of 250 6-inch-by-6-inch wooden panels that were turned into pieces of art by more than 100 Maine artists.

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