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Resident Art Program

An important part of select Artisan communities is the engaging and stimulating art sessions for Artisan residents, led by our Artist-in-Residence. At art sessions, not only is amazing artwork created and confidence gained, but stories are told and memories are shared.

Bring on the Valentine's Day hearts and Love! - February 2018

February is a wonderful month – not least of all because of Valentine’s Day! Artisan resident artist Amy really inspired all Artisan residents as she shared lots of different Valentine’s images, information and facts, and event jokes related to the holiday.

Brightening the long winter days with fantastic resident artwork - January 2018

Art sessions with residents at Artisan are simply wonderful....and are truly unpredictable in the direction the artwork and the conversation will flow!  Art sessions in January started to look foward to the happy and much-anticipated holiday of Valentine’s Day....and Artisan resident artist Amy always throws new things into the mix, and adds other cultural elements (like the Chinese New Year, since this year it starts the day after Valentine

Holiday and winter artwork galore - December 2017

There are high spirits and a very festive atmosphere at Artisan communities during the exciting month of December! Artisan residents have created and now share wonderfully different types of artwork - and Artisan Resident Artist Amy reports that art sessions included lots of lively conversation, recollection of memories, and of course holiday cheer.

The transition from fall into winter - November 2017

The month of November is a wonderful time of year - as fall is in full swing and there is build up to the wonderful holiday of Thanksgiving. Plus, winter is right around the corner! The artwork by our residents this month reflects these feelings of transition, as artists had a wide range of interests in the sessions led by Artisan Resident Artist, Amy.

Super colorful and fun autumn and halloween-themed artwork - October 2017

Artisan resident artist Amy brought in autumn-themed items that sparked lots of creative ideas from residents, and also added Halloween to the mix. Some of our residents liked things spooky and creepy - some prefered the playful and fun side of the holiday.

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