Resident Irene Jefferson and her daughter Carol Ribuado enjoy the varied entries Irene placed in the annual Art Show of the Memory Care Neighborhood at Allerton House in Hingham.
Allerton House in Hingham celebrates the creative talents of the residents of The Cove Memory Care Neighborhood at the Hingham Assisted Living Community with an annual art show. The show offers residents the opportunity to share with their families and friends all of their hard work. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, creative expression such as painting rewards artists with memory loss by boosting their self-esteem.
To find out more about The Cove Memory Care Neighborhood contact Carol Taylor at 781-749-3322 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Artists and resident Irene Jefferson displays her keen eye for color in a lovely painting.
Resident Kathleen Schirf enjoyed sharing her watercolor paintings with her granddaughter Allison at the Art Show.
Resident Kay Conroy and her daughter, Rosemary Conroy, beam with pride as they stand before a collection of paintings that Kay placed in the annual art show.
With a fondness for cardinals, resident Lois Hollander shares a special moment with her daughter Karen Thomson, as they both enjoy the art show at the Allerton House Memory Care Neighborhood in Hingham.
Eleanor McCarthy displays her painting of tulips as she stands before all of her entries at the art show. A detailed view of her blossoms in reflection can be seen below.
Blossoms in reflection were painted by resident Eleanor McCarthy.
Genevieve Reardon holds one of her many watercolor paintings of flowers.
Artist Irene Jefferson captures the mood, the moment and serenity of the setting sun in her painting.