SILVER SPRING, MD--- The celebration of art holds a special place for residents of Riderwood, the Erickson Living community. Their creativity and professional-level quality will take center stage during A Feast for the Eyes II, a showcase of original artistry.
Forty-two residents and employees will display over 165 pieces, including paintings, metal weavings, silk screens, photography and sculpture. They will be available during the showcase to discuss the processes and stories behind their work with attendees.
Sponsored by the Riderwood Diversity & Inclusion Committee, the 3-day event will take place during the following dates and times:
Wednesday, May 7th 2pm-7pm Thursday, May 8th 2pm-7pm Friday, May 9th 10am-2pm
Feast for the Eyes II is part of several events at Riderwood to celebrate Active Aging Month in May.
The gallery of artwork will be displayed at the campus of Riderwood in Maryland Hall (Montgomery Station Clubhouse). Riderwood is located at 3120 Gracefield Road in Silver Spring.
The showcase is open to the public with free admission.
For more information, please contact Jeff Getek, public affairs manager, at 410-456-9809 or email@example.com.
The metal weaving of Renate Chernoff, a resident of Riderwood retirement community, will be one of 165 pieces on display during the three-day Feast for the Eyes II, an artwork showcase, from May 7-9.[/caption]
About Riderwood: Riderwood is one of seventeen continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living. Located in Silver Spring, Maryland, the scenic 120-acre campus is home to more than 2,500 residents. Riderwood is the ideal greater Washington, D.C. retirement destination offering a true sense of community, convenience beyond compare and a sensible financial structure.