“Perspectives: Looking at Art”, Thursday, Aug. 16, 10AM, DHMC

“Perspectives: Looking at Art”

with artist Laura Ewing

Thursday, August 16th, 10 – 11:30AM

Artist talk this Thursday at DHMC

Auditorium D
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
1 Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH

Laura Ewing is a “non-objective” painter who works with acrylics in various
opacity and luminescence, and explores different textures using masonry
tools, wire mesh, and wet sponge sanders. Describing her process she
states, “I play freely with lines, shapes, and shadows that dive, swoop,
and soar.” Her website is

About “Perspectives: Looking at Art at DHMC
Perspectives offers an opportunity for individuals with memory disorders
and their care partners to visit the world-class work by local and regional
artists who are currently featured at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Looking at art
is an activity that can be especially enjoyable and beneficial to those
with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders. Art-viewing utilizes
areas of the brain unaffected by the disease; it can stimulate thoughts,
reactions and emotions with minimal reliance on recent memory. This program
is presented by the Aging Resource Center in collaboration with D-H Arts

Directions to Auditorium D:  Enter the main hospital entrance, turn right
at the information desk and walk down the hall. Auditoriums A – D will be
on your right.