Waveny Greets Mother-Daughter Art Exhibit
Posted on October 6, 2017
Waveny LifeCare Network is pleased to exhibit the artwork of local mother and daughter artists, Roz Emmons and Lisa Thoren, and welcomed their original collection with a gallery opening. This joint exhibition features their paintings side by side, and is a balance of distinct but complementary styles.
As friends of Waveny, the mother-daughter duo shared their passion for art, and love of both color and design with the nonprofit eldercare organization’s residents, short-term rehab patients and Adult Day Program participants.
Mother, Roz, was a founder of the Darien Arts Center, and is a lifelong artist. Inspired by her mother, Lisa is a professional artist and a past president of the Darien Arts Center. Their poetic work has already brightened the lives of many, and may be viewed in the front lobby of Waveny’s main campus at 3 Farm Road in New Canaan throughout the end of January.
Waveny LifeCare Network provides a comprehensive continuum of healthcare to serve the changing needs of older adults from all areas. Waveny is a nonprofit organization that offers independent living at The Inn, assisted living and short-term respite care for people with memory impairment at The Village, and skilled nursing, inpatient and outpatient Rehabilitation Services at Waveny Care Center. It also includes the Brown Geriatric Evaluation Clinic, an Adult Day Program that provides free door-to-door transportation throughout most of lower Fairfield County, and an array of community-based services through Waveny Home Healthcare, Waveny at Home and Geriatric Care Management. For more information, call 1-855-WAVENY-1.