Category Archive: Growing Old

Art & Music Erase Limitations by Barbara Ruben | The Beacon (Oct. 1, 2014)

  With a flourish of his bow, Anthony Hyatt segues from playing an Irish jig on his violin to “The William Tell Overture,” whose galloping tune is perhaps better known as “The Lone… Continue reading

Artists Who Were Late Bloomers: Van Gogh, Monet, And More Masters Than You’d Think | The Huffington Post (Sept. 1, 2012)

    More often than not, our cultural heroes are barely of drinking age when they make their mark: Orson Welles was 25 when he created his masterpiece, “Citizen Kane,” and Mozart composed… Continue reading

Jason Bard Yarmosky Part II: Elder Kinder 2012

url:  http://www.jasonyarmosky.com/ELDER-KINDER-2012  Elder Kinder pays homage to the idea that age is not a deterrent to living fully, but rather a springboard for exploration. My paintings examine the relationship between the limitations of… Continue reading

Still Kicking: Aging Performing Artists in NYC & LA (2011) | The Research Center for Arts and Culture (RCAC)

Aging Performing Artists in NYC and LA Metro Areas: Information on Artists IV (2011) This study of aging performing artists 62+ in the metro areas of LA and NYC complements our earlier study of… Continue reading

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, A Worker at Celeyran, 1882

Matthius Stom, Old Woman with a Candle, ca. 1640s

Ad of the Day: Afraid of Growing Old? This Beautiful Ad Could Help You Embrace It Sir Christopher Lee narrates British PSA By Rebecca Cullers | AdWeek (19 March 2014)

Getting old isn’t the worst thing in the world. In our youth-obsessed culture, that’s actually a provocative statement, and it’s one that’s made in quite moving fashion by ad agency Karmarama in this… Continue reading