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artSprawling Visions, Main Street Arts’ first exhibition of 2020, features paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and photography by 26 local and national artists. Rather than start with a theme for this exhibition and seek out work to fit that theme, Sprawling Visions was formed organically by parsing through 246 submissions by artists over a three-year span. While there is no overarching theme, the exhibition is visually cohesive as artwork is brought together by a common color, texture or mood. The eclectic blend of artwork from figurative sculpture to abstract paintings to black and white landscape photography gives audience members much to ponder. Pictured is Ray Easton’s “Sullen Skies.” Opening reception from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18. On display through Feb. 14. Mainstreetartscs.org

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