The Midwest. In 1893, it offered few opportunities for an artist who also happened to be a woman. Determined to make a name for myself, I packed my dreams along with what little I owned and headed for New York City. There, in a field dominated by men, I intended to build a career. One that would permit me to care for my family back home. I never expected a rising tide of obstacles to face me. Nor did I foresee the future. A future more extraordinary than anything I could ever have imagined.
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