It’s Never Too Late

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As a culture, we cherish the new.

We like the gleaming promise offered by fresh talent and untarnished creativity.

In art, this tendency is compounded by the centuries-old stereotype of great artists having a predestined pathway. As far back as the Greeks, stories have been told of the child prodigy whose talent was…

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Art writer, critic, novelist, artist. See my links at https://linktr.ee/cpjones

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Christopher P Jones

Christopher P Jones

Art writer, critic, novelist, artist. See my links at https://linktr.ee/cpjones

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