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I know it isn't about woodcarving....but....

Was inspired reading this story about a 90 year old artist!



As an aging wannabe artist, I can see from this article that I have 18 years to prepare for something as grand as what the Czech grandma does. 🙂


What a lovely story! Thank you! In my Carving the Acanthus Leaf book, I have a story about my 96 year old apprentice "Uncle Bill" who started carving when he was 89. Such inspirational people. You're never too old to create and to make a difference!

Hopeful! My dad did not start painting until he was 75yrs old.