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Barron took her first art class two years ago, and has since developed a talent and passion for painting. She draws on her deep spirituality saying, "From the beginning I prayed this wouldn't be just a hobby -- something to occupy time -- but a way to glorify God. She has tried her hand at impressionist paintings, but prefers to focus on landscapes.Pros Cons of Highlands Ranch
For year-old Jean Barron, painting is much more than a fun activity she picked up two years ago. Barron has been a celebrity at the retirement community, where she lives in independent living. She discovered that not only could she paint, but she was pretty good at it. She said it became a passion after the second or third painting, and her art teacher was so impressed she started showing her pieces in the community newsletter.Highlands Ranch Homes for Rent 4BR/3BA by Highlands Ranch Property Management
Adams also said Barron exemplifies the spirit of Vi that encourages residents to try new experiences. But Doyle remarked how her mother always had a good eye for colors with things such as flower arrangements. It was difficult because the painting takes up almost an entire wall, so Barron had to break it down in sections and get the proportions right. Her smaller version sits right next to it now.
Barron has had a lot of success with impressionist painting, but she likes realism the most because of the detail. One of her biggest challenges is trying to capture the perfect sunset on canvas, and she continually works to get better about capturing light. Barron was a hairdresser earlier in life, but a housewife most of the time. Sarah Harman, community relations manager for Vi, said Barron has inspired others to the art class. Clayton Woullard:cwoullard denverpost.
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