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    Kerstin Gilg, of Gardiner, outlines artwork in preparation for cutting and then installing it as part of a Waterville Creates! public art project.

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    Artists use a wall adjacent to the Waterville Opera House for a streetscape as part of Waterville Creates! public art project installed on Sunday throughout downtown Waterville.

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    Kerstin Gilg, of Gardiner, and Kate Barnes, of Vienna, apply wheat paste to a wall on Silver Street for the temporary installation of Barnes' work entitled "Patch."

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    Kate Barnes, left, of Vienna, and Christine Nilles, right, of Waterville, hold a sheet of artwork to install on Silver Street. Waterville Wheat Paste Public Art facilitator Kerstin Gilg looks on.

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    Artists climb ladders to install temporary art on a wall off Main Street in downtown Waterville on Sunday. The installation, organized by Waterville Creates!, is part of a community collaboration to enhance Waterville's creative economy.

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    Kerstin Gilg, of Gardiner, puts finishing touches on an installation called "Patch" by local artist Kate Barnes, commemorating the Hathaway Shirt Company's history in Waterville.

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