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Galleries

A window on an unrushed world

Paintings are moving reminderof beauty found in life's details

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / September 21, 2006

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The car is usually just a means to get between point A and point B, not a place to be here now, especially during the rush-hour commute. Artist Hannah Cole looks at it differently. She focuses her entire painting exhibit at Alpha Gallery on the skin of glass and steel that encloses and isolates the driver from the world speeding ... (Full article: 849 words)

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