“Third Age” Artists Exhibit at Piedmont Center for the Arts

From a Piedmont Center for the Arts press release:

In May, a new exhibit featuring oil paintings by Sallie Inglis Sadler and watercolors by Robert C. Davidson opens at the Piedmont Center for the Arts.

The Oil Water show runs from May 10 through May 26, with a public artists’ reception May 11 from 4:30 to 7 pm.

Eleven years ago, Sallie’s husband, sociologist William Sadler, published The Third Age: Six Principles for Personal Growth and Renewal after Forty. In it he reviews the new possibilities offered by medical and technological breakthroughs that have given many the equivalent of a 30-year active life bonus – a period he calls the “third age.” Professor Sadler freely credits his wife Sallie as an important inspiration for his work and thought.

Both exhibiting artists exemplify the “third age” possibilities sociologist Sadler describes.  

Sallie Sadler, listed in Who’s Who in America as a distinguished clinical psychologist, served

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