About 90 miles north of Cuba, pendent off the southern coast of Florida, rests Key West; the southernmost portion of the continental United States. To inhabit Key West as an artist, is to walk amongst giants. Crossing beneath the immense shadow cast down from the likes of Ernest Hemingway and his estate on Whitehead Street, to the manifestation of Tennessee Williams and the home of thirty-four years on Duncan, or the admirably blended colors of Winslow Homer's intense depiction of the Gulf at the turn of the twentieth-century. The historic artistry runs thick. However, the resilient and self-taught local, Rick Worth, found light for his genius on the walls that occupy the four and a quarter square miles that make up the modest key.