Physicists and mathematicians, like figure skaters, are said to peak early, doing their most brilliant and creative work in their twenties. Artists follow a different trajectory, with many careers carrying on long past the age when most people have left the workday world behind. Whidbey Island painter Mary Henry is clearly a case in point. At 93 she is still going strong, with two separate exhibitions this month highlighting her rigorous abstract compositions, including one major work hot off the paintbrush. KUOW art critic, Gary Faigin, joins us to talk about this Northwest legend.