Creativity, existing in everyone, doesn’t finish in the old age, but helps to grow old with more serenity, to realize themselves. It can be expressed in a lot of areas and activities, alone or in groups. Many old people have rediscovered creativity after retirement. Many artists have witnessed, until the end of their longlived existence, that’s possible to keep creative along, to seek and express themselves through the latest works, sometimes the best. They haven’t tired to explore, listen and realize what they lived and felt, have not give up, even in the final days of existence - such as Donatello, Michelangelo, Titian and Picasso - to bring meanings and innovative ideas to their art. Several artists, in old age, had to deal with illness, disability, sensory and motor limitations. The creative spirit has helped to overcome some of them, to reduce or contain limitations and difficulties. The motivation to develop and complete artistic inspiration has pushed others to work until the last time, in spite of the disease, the progressive physical weakness. An artist builds an idea of what he feels and intends to represent, and then, with the life-span, gradually he gets to give his best in the last period of his life, beyond the age and health and autonomy problems. Some persons have been able to deal with creative irony the last years of their artistic and story life.
Keywords: Creativity, arts, health, aging.