After many years of teaching art in classrooms and workshops, my answer is "absolutely". . . . if you want to. How often I have heard "I can't draw a straight line!" But you really can't draw because you haven't tried. Talent? Hard work and desire can overtake talent any day.
What someone learns is to alter their perception. Most people assume that to perceive is simply an intake of visual data. But it is much more than that. With work, practice and effort one begins to see shapes, textures, a myriad of colors, all components of art language. These new skills are satisfying to use, greatly enhancing observation and creativity.