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    Sonja Fraser blends yellow and green as she finger-paints a dragon's skin in a coloring-book-style drawing made by Jen Greta Cart during the mural event Saturday in the former Harlow Gallery space in downtown Hallowell.

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    Gudrun Ziemer, 5, left, and her mother, Ariel Ziemer, both of Gardiner, work together on an original painting Saturday in the former Harlow Gallery space in downtown Hallowell. The artwork will be hung on the construction fence next to the Water Street reconstruction road work.

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    Elise Inch, 9 of Hallowell, paints in a fox's ear Saturday in the former Harlow Gallery space in downtown Hallowell.

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    Elise Inch, 9, left, gets advice from Jen Greta Cart on how to blend paint colors to fill in a fox's face Saturday in the former Harlow Gallery space in downtown Hallowell. Cart, who brought in two coloring book-style outlined canvasses she had drawn, was teaching the girl some painting techniques as they worked together.

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    Denali Garson, 6 of West Gardiner, right, works on her original mandala painting Saturday in the former Harlow Gallery space in downtown Hallowell. The artwork will be hung on the construction fence during next to the Water Street reconstruction road work.

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