Sunnyshore Studio is thrilled to announce the release of Fanny, the Artist who made America smile.
This full-length documentary tells the story of Fanny Y. Cory who rose from a life of poverty and struggle to become one of the leading American illustrators, cartoonists and artists in the 20th century. Fanny’s life was an incredible testimony to what can be done when you refuse to accept your limitations. She had the rare gift of bringing humor out of misfortune and joy out of the shadows.
Her captivating story is especially inspiring for women, young to old.
The documentary weaves old recordings of herself and her son Bob, her lovely illustrations, cartoons and artwork, and current video of her four grandchildren to provide a historic snapshot of the life and times of a leading American illustrator whose path takes her from Waukegan, IL to New York City, to Canyon Ferry, Montana and finally Camano Island, Washington.
Enjoy discovering Fanny: The Artist who made America Smile.
If you’re interested in reading more about Fanny Y. Cory you can publish the newly released biography by Toni McCarty here.
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