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Brush with celebrity

Hub art galleries, shops get a business lift from movie-making boomlet

At her Newbury Street gallery, Susan Lanoue adjusted Emil Alzamore’s bronze sculpture “Tether,’’ a set decor item in the film “Surrogates.’’ At her Newbury Street gallery, Susan Lanoue adjusted Emil Alzamore’s bronze sculpture “Tether,’’ a set decor item in the film “Surrogates.’’ (Wendy Maeda/ Globe Staff)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / September 17, 2009

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When movie set decorator Debbie Cutler needed sculptures and paintings for one of the character’s homes in the Bruce Willis futuristic thriller “Surrogates,’’ she knew where to get her art props: Boston-based Lanoue Film Arts. (Full article: 895 words)

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