FRANKLIN - Joyce Walsh, 77, never took an interest in art, though her daughter, Roseanne Walsh, is an art teacher at Remington Middle School.
She said she was just too busy to ever experiment with it.
"I took a lot of comfort in the fact (Roseanne) was so creative," said Walsh.
But this fall, when high school students offered a special course in watercolor painting at the Senior Center, Walsh decided to give it a go, she said.
"This is my first attempt at any kind of painting. I wanted to see if maybe I did have some talent that didn't emerge after 77 years, maybe I could still make it grow," she said, chuckling.
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