The Art of Aging: Celebrating the Authentic Aging Self





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Published on May 15, 2009

"The Art of Aging: Celebrating the Authentic Aging Self" - by Alice & Richard Matzkin

A couple, both artists, take a penetrating look at aging through a series of projects that confront their fear and curiosity about growing old. They explore physical changes, sensuality and relationships, aging parents, spirituality and death. Drawing on their personal experiences and the wisdom of older mentors, they conclude that their elder years can be a time of ripening and harvest rather than stagnation and despair. The profusely illustrated book contains a wealth of inspiration, especially for those about to enter old age.

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**Authors/Artists BIO:

Alice Matzkin has two paintings in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Her portrait of Chelsea Clinton hung in the White House during the Clinton Administration. Her work has appeared in National Magazines, She has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Richard Matzkin has had numerous one man shows and his pieces are in collections throughout the United States. He is a talented sculptor, writer, musician and therapist.

For more information about the Matzkins, see their web site: http://MatzkinStudio.com

*This video was produced & edited by Jeff Foster http://PixelPainter.com
Camera: Michael Anderson


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