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An artist's road leads to 'Oz'

Work celebrates 70th birthday

Angelo Aversa's ''Dream Oz,'' is on the table; the positive print is framed above it. The woodcut will be shown as part of the 70th anniversary celebration of ''The Wizard of Oz.'' Angelo Aversa's ''Dream Oz,'' is on the table; the positive print is framed above it. The woodcut will be shown as part of the 70th anniversary celebration of ''The Wizard of Oz.'' (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Ron Fletcher
Globe Correspondent / November 30, 2008

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Angelo Aversa is not in Kansas anymore. Neither tornado nor yellow bricks have led the Italian-born artist to the second-floor loft of the Walter Baker studios, where since June he has worked and lived with his wife, Mary Gallagher, a native New Englander, and their 2-year-old son, Cosimo. (Full article: 676 words)

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