For those of us in the worlds of creativity and aging, there is nothing better than the story of someone who discovers a new, artistic side to themselves in their later years. So often, it seems we think of creative pursuits – painting, drawing, playing piano, dancing – as something you have to start when you’re young, when you really have time to develop your talent. Perhaps it’s true that you should start young if you intend to become a world-class concert pianist, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy learning and exploring your creative side throughout your lifetime.
Painting Chinese: A Lifelong Teacher Gains the Wisdom of Youth
In Herbert Kohl’s lovely little book Painting Chinese: A Lifelong Teacher Gains The Wisdom Of Youth, we get a glimpse of one man’s creative journey begun in his seventies. In fact, the subtitle says it all. This is the story…
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