Miami Nonagenarian Discovers Artistic Talent
When Anne Forster broke her pelvis at age 90, she has no idea it would lead to her personal Renaissance. Moving into the Miami Jewish Health Services home after her surgery, Forster began to take art classes and was soon awing her children with her water-color masterpieces. "To me, it's so gratifying, I love it," said Forster. "It's a piece of me...so people will remember it always." Forster also has begun weaving, ceramics, knitting, painting and jewelry, and finds herself lamenting the shortness of the day.
NBC Miami, May 26, 2011
Written By: Adam Kuperstein