Advice For Starting Painting Later in Life

Could I be a late bloomer? Does learning to paint and draw have an age limit? Can I find my artistic outlet at any age? Could I have hidden talent lying in wait? 

Maturity can bring a richer understanding and appreciation to the process of learning to paint, and learning something new at any age has been shown to promote good brain health. 

Sherrie explains the value of learning something new later in life—even something that doesn’t come naturally. No matter how inexperienced or accomplished you are, continuing to learn new things at any age enriches your life.  

 

Learning something new at any age is expanding your consciousness. We try and explain this topic so that we all can find a place in art at any level. Learning to paint and draw is a wonderful skill set one can learn and develop. The more accomplished the artist, the more there is to learn.

 

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  • Artcan Reply

    I couldn’t agree with you more Sherry. Making art changes the way I see. My surroundings are transformed because the action of painting focuses my attention on things like form, value and chroma. This focus heightens my perception and the world is made new. Not just while painting but often when I’m looking at the things around me. This benefit is not understood until it is experienced. Thanks, Ron

    November 9, 2017 at 5:09 am

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