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Shining creations: Artist Stephen Knapp sends light through pieces of glass

This is Stephen Knapp's "Done for the Night," a 10-by-13-foot "light painting."
This is Stephen Knapp's "Done for the Night," a 10-by-13-foot "light painting."
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When darkness falls, mysterious streaks of colored light appear at The Hyde Collection. In mid-June, when this outdoor light show first appeared, residents of a nursing home across the street from the art museum were enchanted. By July, they were waiting every night for the light to grow brighter and deeper. “It’s like a sunset,” David F. Setford, the Hyde’s executive director, says of the 13-by-22-foot-long artwork that hangs next to the front door. And ...


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