• Abigail Freeman

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    Abigail Freeman graduated from the College of Communication in May with a BS in journalism. During her college career, she took on a variety of roles with several publications, from reporting breaking news to developing social media strategies. Profile

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There is 1 comment on To Do Today: Hyman Bloom: Matters of Life and Death at the MFA

  1. IT’S ABOUT TIME!! . . .

    I’VE HAD TO WAIT AT LEAST 59 YEARS FOR THE MFA, BOSTON TO MOUNT A PROPER HYMAN BLOOM RETROSPECTIVE – I’M READY FOR IT.

    BETTER LATE – I SUPPOSE – THAN NEVER

    BLOOM WAS A LIFE-TIME NEW ENGLANDER ARTIST – AN ORIGINAL and EXTRAORDINARY CREATIVE FORCE – A BEAUTIFUL DRAFTSMAN AND POWERFUL FIGURATIVE/EXPRESSIONIST PAINTER.

    MAYBE THE TIME IS RIGHT FOR SOME KIND OF TRIBUTE TO BORIS MIRSKI, HIS GALLERY, and ARTISTS

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