The show featured around 500 pieces of art created by Hillcrest Mable Rose residents, team members, and family members, as well as the Bellevue Senior center and other local artists. All forms of art were on display at the assisted living community, including pottery, paintings of all mediums, photography, quilting and woodwork.
The VIP section of the event included pieces on loan from the Joslyn Art Museum and two pieces from Bellevue Mayor Rita Sanders. The event also featured a small gallery titled, “Art Through the Eyes of Alzheimer’s”, displaying watercolor paintings created by residents with various forms of dementia.
Hillcrest Mable Rose has offered assisted living and memory support in a beautiful setting in Bellevue for more than 15 years, and was voted among the Best of Omaha in the category “Best Assisted Living Facility” in 2013 and 2014.