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Local artists pay tribute to victims of massacre

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / August 27, 2007

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Ruby Pearl, a 58-year-old painter from Brookline, chose a candid snapshot to guide her portrait of Rachael Elizabeth Hill, an 18-year-old freshman killed in the spring in the Virginia Tech shootings. There were other photographs online of Hill, in which her hair and smile were just right. But Pearl was drawn to the more casual glimpse, the one that showed ... (Full article: 668 words)

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