Lantern Hill, a developed and managed Erickson Living retirement community in New Providence, New Jersey, opened its Spring Art Show on April 28. At the festive opening event, more than 100 guests viewed the artwork of Lantern Hill residents and enjoyed cheese and wine selected by the community's Sour Groups Wine group. The exhibit will be on display until the end of May on the "Gallery" walls of Union Square, 5th floor.
"We have so many talented artists on campus," said Lantern Hill Concierge Brandi Zabransky. "Residents, staff, family members, and guests are delighted to be able to view these beautiful pieces of art at our community."
The show includes watercolor, pastels, photography, oil paint, acrylics, quilting, and sculpture. Resident artists featured include Anne Johnston, Dexter Johnston, Betty McGeehan, Nancy Pearce, Marie Power, Mary Schenone, Jane Gould, Bobby Gleeman, Joan Amity, Dot Dunn, Pat Hodges, Sylvia Jonovich, and Pam Gosner.
Lantern Hill is a not-for-profit organization, developed and managed by Erickson Living®. The community is governed by its own board of directors affiliated with National Senior Campuses, who provide independent financial and operational oversight of the community.
About Lantern Hill: Lantern Hill, one of 20 continuing care retirement communities developed and managed by Erickson Living®, is situated on a scenic 26-acre campus in New Providence, New Jersey. The non-for-profit community of more than 390 residents and 300 employees is governed by its own board of directors, affiliated with National Senior Campuses, who provide independent financial and operational oversight of the community. Additional information about Lantern Hill can be found at LanternHillCommunity.com.