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Arts

Colors are music to her ears

By Denise Taylor
November 1, 2007

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For Pat Mattina , painting is a somewhat noisy process, but one that only she can hear. As notes, sounds, and melodies well up inside her in a sort of private inner symphony, the Framingham artist says, she hears these tones as colors and forms - vibrant visions that she then funnels through her paintbrush and onto canvas. (Full article: 1185 words)

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