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Emily began her career as an artist very young. Her formal training began at the age of 16 although she had taken drawing classes before that. The year that her father died, Emily completed that year of high school only, and refused to go back. Instead, she took a local art class with two other girls. Both of Emily's classmates left for London, England to more seriously pursue their artistic careers.



Emily pressured her elder sister Dede to let her follow, but she refused. Finally, Emily turned to her guardian, lawyer James Lawson, who gave her permission to study at the California School of Design, in San Francisco. From then on, there was no stopping her...she would travel to England, France, and to the wilds of British Columbia to pursue her dreams.













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