Southgate Beaumont care home in Southgate will be celebrated the creative talent/ of one of their care assistants and a resident by holding an art exhibition.
Rosalind Simpson, resident at Southgate Beaumont displayed a selection of her sculptures Inspired by Greek mythology. Including a piece called Phoenix rising – in memory of late husband and Regina Skridailiewe – Care assistant who took up painting during lock down, exhibited her paintings in acrylic and oils of local land marks including Forty Hill.
Residents, their loved ones and members of the local community came into the view the art work and the response was amazing everyone enjoying the art set in a beautiful location at Southgate Beaumont Grade 2 listed and historical building. Refreshments and snacks prepared by the home’s hospitality team were served accompanied by a glass of fizz to toast the success of the event.
Zoe Grindley, Life enrichment coordinator at Southgate Beaumont said: “Art is very popular with everyone who lives at Southgate Beaumont and creative activities are always a favourite. The art exhibition was very special event for us and we were honoured to be able to display the beautiful artwork and to welcome people from the community to enjoy viewing these wonderful pieces.”