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Main Street Arts focuses on form and identity 

An installation view of "The Human Figure" at Main Street Arts. Left to right: a photo by Steven Romeo, a drawing by Danielle Bersch, two photos by Susan D'Amato, a painting by Robert Samartino, and a mixed-media work by Tina Ybarra.

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