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Collage Student

Nineteen-year-old artist Lorna Williams lost most of her work in Hurricane Katrina. Now, after months in her Boston studio, she's ready to show her riotous pieces on Newbury Street.

Lorna Williams
By Rachel Strutt
January 1, 2006

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Lorna Williams is about to have her art exhibited at the Judi Rotenberg Gallery on Newbury Street – no small accomplishment for a 19-year-old. While most artists spend years trying to break into the Boston gallery scene, Williams, a sophomore at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, takes her local debut in stride. She already has sold dozens ... (Full article: 960 words)

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