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In drips, gobs, and blots, her paintings pulse with life

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / November 16, 2005

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The bold white pin stands out against Joan Snyder's black bag: ''U.S. Out of Iraq." It matches the painter's dramatic look: white curly hair tossed in a windblown froth around her head and dark, round glasses that make her look eternally curious yet somehow protected. (Full article: 829 words)

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