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Poster zoom_in zoom_in Deur1 highlight_off In the year 2000, when I turned 65, I decided to realise a dream from my youth: sculpting. I used to draw and mould clay with dedication under the guidance of our art teacher, Jan Elffers, at the Montessori Lyceum in Amsterdam. The classroom, a sprawling attic, was located on the top floor. You could drop in at any time during the school day – as long as your schedule showed that you had a ‘free period’. As I’d climb the stairs, I’d have to suppress the thought that maybe I should have been working on one of my other subjects. After I graduated, I considered applying to the Academy of Visual Arts, but instead, chose to study biology and consoled myself with the thought that taking biology would mean plenty of time to
deur2 Deur3 highlight_off In the year 2000, when I turned 65, I decided to realise a dream from my youth: sculpting. I used to draw and mould clay with dedication under the guidance of our art teacher, Jan Elffers, at the Montessori Lyceum in Amsterdam. The classroom, a sprawling attic, was located on the top floor. You could drop in at any time during the school day – as long as your schedule showed that you had a ‘free period’. As I’d climb the stairs, I’d have to suppress the thought that maybe I should have been working on one of my other subjects. After I graduated, I considered applying to the Academy of Visual Arts, but instead, chose to study biology and consoled myself with the thought that taking biology would mean plenty of time to
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