Creativity is a precious gift that need not diminish as you grow older. Tap the picture to see my complete Steller book.
This is wonderful. I agree with Louise B re what you’re creating later vs earlier. I’ve always known if I had started playing with clay in my early 30s(when I tried and then got pregnant and that was the end of that for a while) it would have been much different than what I was creating in my late 40s and early 50s.
Tammy, thank you. Elders were once revered, and I hope still are by many. Of course, you have to earn respect. I am on the lookout for more Elder Artists, and being just a kid in my sixties, I am looking to those in their eighties and nineties, lol.
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