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Following a shadowy path to identity

Figures hover and hide in Duane Slick's revealing paintings

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / November 22, 2007

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Many of Duane Slick's paintings at Nielsen Gallery are shadowy and elusive in both form and content. That makes them fascinating to look at; they pull you in, but don't quite answer your questions. A Native American artist of the Sac and Fox Nation of Iowa, Slick takes the trickster coyote as his avatar. (Full article: 861 words)

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