Drawings spark an edgy dialogue

“Born Again,’’ by Raul Gonzalez III, on display at the Concord Art Association. “Born Again,’’ by Raul Gonzalez III, on display at the Concord Art Association. (COURTESY OF THE ARTIST/CARROLL AND SONS)
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / November 2, 2011

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Check out these Boston-area art gallery exhibits, including “Cannot Be Described In Words: Drawing Expanded,’’ at the Concord Art Association. Deborah Davidson, curator of ”Cannot Be Described In Words,” an artist who has long explored the relationship between writing and drawing, has put together the more cohesive show: themes circle throughout, and works converse across the gallery.

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CANNOT BE DESCRIBED IN WORDS: Drawing Expanded At: Concord Art Association, 37 Lexington Road, Concord, through Nov. 20. 978-369-2578,

22ND DRAWING SHOW: Residue At: Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, 551 Tremont St., through Nov. 27. 617-426-8835,

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