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Thrilled to unveil Alice’s Cape May, the part represents the whole . . . .

The Part that Represents
The Part that Represents

Studio Palette of Secrets and Unfinished Business
Studio Palette of Secrets and Unfinished Business

Fifteen years ago, Saturday, my mother began painting a large oil portrait of me. That may sound unremarkable, since she was a painter and I am her daughter, but it was highly charged for two reasons: I was busy, healthy, and I hate to sit for portraits. She was weak, breathless, dying of breast cancer, and she had never been satisfied with any of the previous portraits she’d attempted of me.

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An Awesome Mother’s Breast Cancer: A Difficult Daughter’s Redemption

  When celebrities like Angelina Joli, Joan Lunden and Hoda Kotb summon the courage to speak openly about their breast cancer, they offer an alternative to fear, hopelessness and isolation. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but for many, this awareness is year-round. My awesome artist-mother, Alice Steer Wilson, died of the disease in 2001. […]