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THE ART OF LIFE


There's something special about looking at art. Who created it? Was it a man or a woman? Were they rich or poor? Young or old? Art appeals to each individual on a personal level, no matter who created it. And wait until you meet the artists behind some incredible works at a recent art show, including the 98-year-old Best in Show winner. Forget everything you think you know about just how creative you can be as you age, no matter if you've never even picked up a paintbrush before.

Click here to watch our story, The Ageless Appeal of Art.

After you watch the story above, click on the stories below to get inspired by some of our other favorite stories about artists. They're proof it's never too late to pursue your passions. Be bold!
 
  Triumphing Over Tragedy

Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson's artwork is bright, cheerful, and whimsical. It consists of pieces of paper ripped apart and then reassembled into something more beautiful and more profound, much like the artist herself. Click here to find out how an act of terrorism changed the tone of her life forever.
 
From Broadway to Busts

Lawrence Holofcener wrote for Sid Caesar, Sammy Davis Jr. and Merv Griffin. He starred on Broadway. Now, he's a respected painter and sculptor. He's used two simple words to guide him through his amazing life: why not? Click here to get his advice for trying new things in your life.
 
 
  Artist Learns to Follow Her Heart

It took years, but Donna Dowless finally followed her passion and let the artist inside of her come out. Her work now hangs in galleries around the world and in the private collections of Cher, Celine Dion, Arnold Schwarzenegger and many others. And forget the stereotype of the tortured artist. For Donna, her art is less of a struggle and more of a lovefest. Click here to watch her story.
 
The Art of Happiness
Did you ever feel you just didn't fit in? Ed Feldman once hid behind his iPhone, his computer and his hairpiece. But as he played around on his gadgets, he made a discovery -- he could create stunning images. Click here to see how, at the age of 60, Ed's artwork gave him a new identity, a means of self-expression and a newfound passion for life.
 
 
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THE WHO AT 50
GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW

Speaking of ageless art, have you checked out Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend lately? Not only are they still rocking, they just might be better than ever. Roger joins the Growing Bolder Radio Show from England, where The Who is preparing for its worldwide The Long Goodbye Tour. Find out why the ticking hands of time are actually making Roger enjoy playing the songs and music now more than ever. Get ready to rock!
 
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THE WAHLS PROTOCOL
GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW

Can food cure you? Dr. Terry Wahls, a professor at the University of Iowa's College of Medicine, explains how she redesigned her diet to reverse the effects of her aggressive multiple sclerosis. She explains.
 
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SAVE THE DATE!


This week, we had a full audio and visual test screening of "Conquering Kilimanjaro," the first film from Bolder Docs, at the gorgeous Full Sail Live venue and let us tell you: you are going to LOVE this documentary! Be sure to Save the Date for Dec. 3. We'll be sharing details soon on how you can purchase tickets to this very special event! Until then, if you haven't watched the full theatrical trailer yet, click here to get inspired and to learn more about this very special project.