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In trees, fresh perspective for Fruitlands

Artist-in-residence Szegedi draws attention to museum's setting

Hudson artist Zsuzsanna Szegedi Hudson artist Zsuzsanna Szegedi focuses on a Fruitlands Museum favorite. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
By Mark Arsenault
Globe Correspondent / May 31, 2009

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HARVARD - The brushstrokes seem rough and random at first, little slashes of oil here and there on the canvas. Meaningless. But then suddenly, with a few blots of color, a tree appears, as if from nowhere. (Full article: 1344 words)

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