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High standards for low art

Garen Daly (left), Museum of Bad Art board member, and Jerry Reilly, director, show off a couple of good examples of truly bad work. Garen Daly (left), Museum of Bad Art board member, and Jerry Reilly, director, show off a couple of good examples of truly bad work. (TOM HERDE/GLOBE STAFF/file 1995)
April 29, 2007

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They say that one man's trash is another man's treasure. Nowhere in this area is that more evident than at The Museum of Bad Art in Dedham, which literally began in a trash can. An art and antiques dealer named Scott Wilson saw a painting protruding from a barrel and dug it out. He was going to keep the frame ... (Full article: 1030 words)

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