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With multitude of visions, artists work and live outside lines

Artist John Williams's ''Face of Ambiguity/General Sherman'' is featured in the Perspectives exhibit, a collaboration between ArcWorks and the Asperger's Association of New England. Artist John Williams's ''Face of Ambiguity/General Sherman'' is featured in the Perspectives exhibit, a collaboration between ArcWorks and the Asperger's Association of New England. (photos by Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Joel Brown
Globe Correspondent / November 27, 2008

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DANVERS - The artwork is as diverse as you could find at any gallery, from a charcoal drawing of the Maine seashore to psychedelic mindscapes in bright acrylic to a painstaking collage of General William Tecumseh Sherman. What they have in common is that the artists who created them are living with Asperger's syndrome. (Full article: 892 words)

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