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Nigerian artist Tunde Odunlade, center, speaks with an attendee during the reception for the exhibit Africas: Contemporary Work from the Continent at Hudson Gallery in downtown Sylvania.

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Seen through the front window of the gallery, Sheri Fick, of West Toledo, right, inspects a painting.

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Temo Perez, of North Toledo, left, and Stacey Arnold, of Texas, discuss the works on display.

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Donna Lark-Weiner, of Ida, center, inspects a sculpture.

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Nigerian artist Tunde Odunlade stands with one of his works.

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Visitors take in art near a painting by Kenyan artist Elijah Ooko.

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A stone sculpture by Kenyan artist Gakunja Kaigwa was on display.

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Several dozen people turned out for the reception for the exhibit Africas: Contemporary Work from the Continent at Hudson Gallery in downtown Sylvania.

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Ronald Thompson, of Holland, center, takes in some of the works on display.

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