Two decades ago, while exploring the nooks and crannies of Cedar Key’s Dock Street, I ventured through a ramshackle collection of shops perched on stilts over the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and passed by a studio with windows open wide to both passing breezes and tourists. Inside, a petite blonde woman was standing, paintbrush in hand, before a large canvas mounted on a heavy wooden easel.
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