Just as his painting career was taking off, a degenerative disease left young Ataúlfo Casado (Ata) blind. After years of anger and resentment, Ata decides to pick up his paintbrushes again at the age of 62.
by Primavera Ruiz
A painter whose career was cut short by blindness discovers a reason to pick up his paintbrushes at the age of 62.
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