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Arts

Visions of a local master

By Denise Taylor
September 14, 2006

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Leading American landscape photographer Frank Gohlke often can be found in a small, windowless studio in the basement of the Arts Center at Southborough. In his darkroom, he develops his large-format photographs before sending them off to exhibitions at the world's finest museums. But this time his pictures are making a much shorter trip. (Full article: 1518 words)

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