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Beyond Memory
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Beyond Memory: Paintings by People with Dementia

Katherine, Autumn Leaves, 2013. Lakewood Village Senior Living Community, Fort Worth. Katherine, who has a college degree in chemistry and taught high school math, says she was never an artist. She was a long time member of the Fort Worth Camera Club, always dressed well and liked to decorate.

Opening Reception:
Thursday, January 16, 5pm - 8pm
Free admission. Cash bar
Music by John Spangler
Exhibition on view through January 25, 2014

Gallery 76102
UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center
1401 Jones Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Gallery entrance located at south end on Jones
Parking in the front and back of building

The Alzheimers Association - North Central Texas Chapter celebrates five years of Memories in the Making, an art program for people with dementia that brings the joy of creative self-expression to residents to area dementia care communities. The enigmatic watercolor paintings by MIM artists communicate, in the subtle and nuanced language of art, a sense of self that transcends memory loss. The delightful images offer a window onto world beyond memory, words and rational thought.

Framed and matted paintings will be available for sale via online auction from January 16 through 24, allowing people to enjoy these unique works of art and raising money for Memories in the Making.  Bids start at $50 per painting. To bid, visit . Calendars, note cards and small matted paintings will be for sale at the event. For more information, contact Lisa Buck at 817-336-4949.

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