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Awash in art

Harbor islands feature creative endeavors during summer, including an interactive exhibit Aug. 1-2 on Bumpkin Island

Art created by visitors to Bumpkin Island by using Oriental bittersweet, an invasive vine abundant there. Art created by visitors to Bumpkin Island by using Oriental bittersweet, an invasive vine abundant there. (Wendy Maeda/ Globe Staff)
By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / July 26, 2009

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On Bumpkin Island in Hingham Bay, you can hear birds chirping, and the sound of water lapping against the rocky shoreline. In the center of the island lie the remnants of an old hospital. And within those ruins, perched atop a mountainous pile of bricks, stands a rather intriguing piece of art: an oversized wheelchair made of branches, twigs, and ... (Full article: 886 words)

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