Grandma Moses, an artist who began painting at the age of 78 proved it’s never too late to learn a new skill. She originally used her talents to do embroidery but when arthritis affected her hands, she took up painting.
Our activity director in our Seguin facility recently brought in the Seguin Art League to conduct art classes and we found out we have a few artists of our own. One of our residents actually is an artist who regularly creates works of art in his own apartment with on his easel. This activity surprised the residents that they could actually create works of art. They were very proud of their accomplishments and it was a reminder to all of us that it is never too late to learn something new!
If you want to take a look, visit our Facebook page and see for yourself. Or better yet, drop in and see firsthand the art as it is displayed in the living room.