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A Modern Renaissance in Somerville

Artists turn their home into a 'temple of art'

Ekaterina Sorokina and Nicholas Shaplyko spent two years creating their live-in museum.
By Kathleen Wereszynski
Globe Correspondent / June 18, 2005

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If you walk to and from the Davis Square T station on College Avenue, you probably pay little attention to the off-white stucco building along the way. But inside, artists Nicholas Shaplyko and Ekaterina Sorokina have transformed the former Masonic lodge into what they call a ''temple of art." (Full article: 966 words)

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