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Take a ride with Gee—as he embarks on his journey within the Mercantile Library. Curating, developing, rendering a classical hand drawn portrait of Peter H. Clark—a 19th-century abolitionist and the library's first Black member. Here you will see the beginning stages unfold as Gee begins his work as Artist-in-Residence for the Mercantile Library located within the historical streets of downtown Cincinnati.

Videography and Photography by Shay Nartker

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