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Published on May 20, 2013
Portrait artist Susan Boone Durkee invites you to visit her "Lobster Pot" Studio, so named by Mark Twain who once owned the property. Visit her Studio, see the extensive sunken English Gardens, and hear her talk about her life's dedication to creating award winning portraits, including her portrait of Famous New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera. Also, view the only film clip of Mark Twain and meet a 24 pound Cat, named Captain Stormfield, who helps the artist in the studio. A delightful 4 min film, created by reknown PBS Director/Producer, James Nicoloro.