It’s Never Too Late To Be What You Might Have Been. --Mary Ann Evans aka George Eliot
Actor Peg Phillips was in her late 60’s when she earned the role of Ruth-Anne Miller in the television series 'Northern Exposure'. Anna Mary Robertson Moses aka Grandma Moses was 78 when she started painting. These are just two of many examples of women who started pursing their creative dreams late in life. I regularly work with women over 50 who have finally found the courage to start nurturing their creative dreams. It is never too late to start your creative dream!
So, what creative dream have you been putting off? Maybe you want to write a book, magazine article, short story or movie script. Perhaps you want to paint a garden, make a movie or capture life with a camera. How about being a part of your community theatre group? Taking a dance class? Recording a song? Creating fabulous jewelry? Some other creative expression? Where do you start? You can start by taking a deep breath and contacting me! Together we will explore your unique creative gifts and put together a plan to bring your creative dreams to life.