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Artistic talents in full bloom later in life
Photos supplied Joan Stackpole, Monroe, enjoys painting en pleine air, or outside, whenever possible. This winter, she attended an outdoor workshop, only to discover upon arriving she had forgotten to bring white paint. She instead captured the image using tones of yellow. The resulting acrylic, pictured below, is titled Yellow Snow Aint Bad.
MONROE - Joan Stackpole didn't set out to be an artist. But then her son gave her paints as a Christmas present one year. Stackpole had done some crafting, making painted baskets and apples, but she never considered herself to be "artistic."