ARTrium Displays Artistic Talent of Seniors

Senior artists came together to hang their art in the San Luis Valley Health Regional Medical Center ARTrium on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, showcasing the talented work of seniors living in the San Luis Valley. A handful of the artists stopped for a group photo, and from left is Todd Cotton, Margaret Jones, Yvon Boss, Kelly Bellefuil, Scott Malueg, David Roepke, Coni Grant, Frances McAulay Will, David Montgomery and Noel Harlan.

The hall of the “ARTrium,” located on the second floor of SLV Health Regional Medical Center in Alamosa, was busy on Monday, Feb. 3, as more than a dozen artists 50 years old and older from all over the San Luis Valley placed their artwork on display for the public to view.

Entitled “Senior Art from the HeART” art show, the display is a collaboration between SLV Health and the Alamosa Senior Center. Eighteen artists are featured, using a variety of mediums from oils and acrylics to photography and metalworks. Contact information for the various artists’ work can be found on the Featured Artists sheet, located to the south side of the displays.

“I find it amazing the amount of artistic talent we have here in the San Luis Valley,” said Kelly Gurule, director of the San Luis Valley Health Foundation. “We are so excited to partner with the Alamosa Senior Center and showcase these artists’ abilities.”