Elena Ronzio, 6, and her mother, Cara Courchesne, look at a photograph Friday at Munka Studio’s Clean Water exhibit in Lewiston. Visual artists were invited to submit their work to a juried group show. The theme of the next exhibit is  Nightmares and submissions will be accepted until Sept. 10. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Sisters Nancy Lowell, left, Mary Fantucchio, center, and Meadow Welch look Friday at art submitted for the Clean Water exhibit at Munka Studio in Lewiston. Welch had an acrylic painting in the show. The theme was chosen in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the federal Clean Water Act, which was introduced by U.S. Sen. Edmund Muskie of Maine. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Jay Kenny, left, Ash Hollenbeck, center, and her mother, Sheri Withers Hollenbeck, look at art Friday at the Clean Water group exhibition at Munka Studio in Lewiston. Ash, 10, is interested in submitting drawings for the next exhibition  themed Nightmares in time for Halloween. Ash said she has had a recurring dream of a 10-foot-tall creature who follows her. Munka Studio has been hosting juried shows with changing themes. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

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