ReflectNUs Infuses Art & Creativity into Care
Signature HealthCARE continues to infuse creativity into care environments during its annual Reflect N Us Art gallery showcasing the artistic talents of residents across 10 states. Residents and patients flex their creative muscles in preparing their submissions for the art gallery. This year’s Reflect N Us art gallery features 700 pieces of art, which families, stakeholders, community members and more have entered their votes selecting the 2018 winners.
“Every year Reflect N Us inspires our residents and stakeholders to dream more. Art creates space for the unexpected where our residents learn a new skill at the age of 90 or finish a cross-stitch they began over 20 years ago,” David Baumgartner, Signature’s Vice President of Spirituality, said. “Whatever your language, religion, background or age, art is a powerful connector to people.”
The Reflect N Us art gallery at Signature HealthCARE began in 2013 and has grown to showcase thousands of art pieces. Winners are recognized based on overall votes and votes in each category. Art submissions include these categories: drawing, group art projects, jewelry, painting, photography, poetry, mixed media, sculpture and pottery and sewing and quilting.
|Grand Prize||Pink Rose – Mixed Media||Lula at Riverview Care and Rehabilitation Center|
|First Runner Up||My Church House – Painting||Nina at Lee County Care and Rehabilitation Center|
|Second Runner Up||Puppy Love – Drawing||Winnie at Signature HealthCARE of South Pittsburg|
|Third Runner Up||For the Love of My Mom and Dad – Sewing and Quilting||Cecelia at Anchor Care and Rehabilitation Center|
|Winners by Category|
|Sewing & Quilting||For the Love of My Mom and Dad||Cecelia at Anchor Care and Rehabilitation Center|
|Sculpture & Pottery||Ceramics/Pottery||Thomas at Winter Park Care and Rehabilitation Center|
|Poetry||My Best Friend||Kathy at Signature HealthCARE of Ormond|
|Photography||Red Head||Peggy at Signature HealthCARE of Ormond|
|Painting||My Church House||Nina at Lee County Care and Rehabilitation Center|