With Art, She Springs From Still Life

Priscilla Wong creates paintings on a computer by moving a digital brush with her tongue because she long ago lost the use of her arms. Her labored breathing is aided by a ventilator, an instrument she has had to wear since she was 10. Wong can sit up for only a few hours a day and, as her grandmother Maria says, the now-23-year-old UC Davis graduate spends much of her life in “in solitude. In solemnity.” Read more.