We are looking forward to Spring! 

 To brighten our artist’s rooms they are creating Floral Garlands! They have painted fresh, bright spring colors with acrylics in solids and visual textures as the first step in their garland project. Whimsical florals are drawn on the back of the painted paper and cut out. Circles are cut or torn and layered to create the centers for their fantasy florals. Leaves also adorn some of the florals for added dimension. They will attach the florals to green yarn to create a 6′ long garland to adorn their windows or walls! 


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Voted Best Non-Profit for 2015!

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Thank you to everyone who attended our fundraising Art Auction of Alzheimer’s Art on October 22 at Arbors Memory Care Community! The newly remodeled venue was beautiful and the art display was glorious thanks to the volunteers and staff of the Arbors and Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Center! A sincere Thank You to everyone who donated raffle prizes and the guests and attending artists who made the event so memorable, we are sincerely grateful!


Thank you to everyone who attended the 11th Annual Summit Racing Equipment Alzheimer’s Benefit Car Show on Saturday, September 5th!


Congratulations to FastFrame for being the #1 Best Frame Shop in Reno in 2015!

We want to thank the owner, Steve Buzska, for his continued support of our program and the beautiful framing he contributes every year! Steve’s passion for our program and unparalleled attention to detail is what has made Steve #1  with us since 2008!  Thank you again Steve and Bravo!

We want to thank everyone who made Moments of Memory the #1 Best of Reno Non-Profit this year! We are so humbly honored to be able to continue bringing our heartfelt services to those living with Alzheimer’s. We couldn’t do it without the uplifting support of our volunteers, UNR interns, supporters and participating memory care facilities!


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Thank you to every one of you who supported our Artown events this year enabling us to continue to bring memorable moments of joy & reflection to our artists living with Alzheimer’s and other related memory impairments. 


July 1-JulArtown y 32! The Gallery of  “Art from the Hearts of Alzheimer’s Artists” was on display at Arbors Memory Care Community, 2121 E. Prater Way in Sparks, NV.


This year the Gallery displayed 45 pieces of custom framed original art treasures created by individuals with Alzheimer’s and related dementias from both Arbors Memory Care Community and Stone Valley Special Alzheimer’s Care Center. Original techniques included Blushing Memories Cosmetic Art, using women’s cosmetics and our Paper Palette Process of original painted paper re-creations. This year we also had a wide collection of soft and oil pastels on black art paper and beautiful collages on canvas of sheet music and vintage book text. Our classes provide a safe and supportive environment for social interaction, self-expression and a fail-safe experience creating a legacy for the families of the artists. 


Thank you to all those who attended, supported, and helped organize our first event at Stone Valley!

Artown“A Summer’s Evening of Art”! Alzheimer’s Art from the Hearts of our artists at Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center. 6155 Stone Valley Dr., Reno.


It was a beautiful but breezy summer evening of art, refreshments and live music. We displayed the inspiring art of our Stone Valley artists while eating eclairs and dancing to the live piano and saxophone…yep, you should’ve been there! We began our classes at the new facility last fall and have enjoyed making new friends and fabulous art during our art experience sessions on a weekly basis. The artists are using soft and oil pastels, women’s cosmetics, acrylic and water color paints and collaging with our painted paper library. We also displayed a large format piece created by the class under the tutelage of one of our UNR GAP interns, Riley Stoltenburg. 


Blushing Chicks

Chicks, using women’s cosmetics by Edith H.


We want to thank Janine & Garrett Winkelmaier, Kathryn Betz and Christina Reynolds (photo) for their volunteering spirit and support during the installation of this years Art Gallery! Thanks also to Arbors Memory Care Community for the use of their lobby! Bravo to all!!

Christina Reynolds


 Artown ~ July 2011July 10th, Friday. “Rockin’ it at Any Age”, was a big success, Elder Art was on display at Atria Summit Ridge, 4880 Summit Ridge Dr. in Reno.


 For one evening only the original and unique art of the residents of the retirement community of Atria Summit Ridge was on display. The collection included Rock Art, painted paper collages, watercolor landscapes and beautiful mandala images.

The Elder Art classes were started 6 years ago to enhance the Engaged Life activities program and are held once a week. Classes are always a lively social event!

Oil Pastel + watercolor '15 Edith R. LiederLandscape with pastels by Edith Lieder



Announcing our monthly Memory Cafe event at Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center, located at 6155 Stone Valley Dr., Reno. Every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 11-1, with a free lunch at noon, courtesy of Stone Valley. This free event is designed for home caregivers and their loved one living with Alzheimer’s. This event brings home caregivers and their loved ones together in a social atmosphere where we share and demonstrate creative solutions to help fight the stress of isolation and depression.


  • September 16

  • October 21

  • November 18

  • December 16

Please RSVP, call 775-746-2200 for this free opportunity. Please share this information, thank you in advance.


Thank you to our supporters during the 2015 the Nevada Big Give!

 We sincerely appreciate your support of our mission, to bring the visual arts to those living with Alzheimer’s. Our classes bring fleeting moments of memory, joy, smiles, laughter and a family legacy to cherish for generations to come! If you can Give, we give you our love and appreciation. Consider yourself hugged, and who couldn’t use a hug!

You can securely donate at the link at any time to Razoo on the top of the blog roll on your right. Safe…secure…quick and easy! There is a minimum $10 donation and we appreciate every nickel!


Our Annual Art Auction will be returning this fall to Arbors Memory Care Community, we will post the date & time as soon as possible!

My Ideal hearts

“My Ideal” by Buck of Arbors Memory Care Community. Buck first created a lipstick heart then made a print of it by pressing the heart on another piece of paper and cutting it out. He then used women’s cosmetic blush to create the sheet music heart at the top. We helped Buck arrange the hearts. He was thrilled with the results and it only took 90 minutes to create his masterpiece!


2014 was a very busy year! Thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers, supporters and hard working UNR interns!!

On Saturday, September 27th our whole Team of 2014-2015 Interns & Volunteers braved the chilly weather at Sparks Marina to celebrate the Walk to End Alzheimer’s! Look for us again this year on Saturday September 26th!

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The “10th Annual” Summit Racing Equipment Alzheimer’s Benefit Car Show  was a huge success!

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Thanks to the following community businesses for their generous auction donations:

  • Arbors Memory Care Community

  • Circle of Life Hospice

  • Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care

  • Savage and Son Plumbing

  • Summit Racing Equipment

Thanks to ALL the participants, many who have returned year after year in support of the benefit, we really appreciate your uplifting passion! The entries were over-the-top! 


Congratulations to the following winners:

  • Best of Show: Richard Fripp – ’38 Chevy
  • Best Engine: Denny Strunk – ’72 Chevelle SS
  • Best Paint: John Seifert – ’54 Chevy Sedan Delivery
  • Best Interior: Mike & Sue Miller – ’58 Pontiac Bonneville
  • People’s Choice: Juanita Klinger-Smith – ’39 Studebaker Pick-up

Thank you also to the businesses that came in support of our participants:

  • Mark Novak – DJ… Extraordinaire!
  • Mariah’s Java Ship Coffee 
  • Scarlet’s Ferntucky BBQ


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Moments of Memory volunteers hard at work!

Moments of Memory volunteers hard at work!

...and not so hard at work!

…and not so hard at work!

One of our youngest & cutest auction bidders! She won the baby car seat!

One of our youngest & cutest auction bidders! She won the baby car seat!

 In celebration of our “10th Anniversary” we wanted to honor  George Winkelmaier who first organized this event in honor of his father who is living with Alzheimer’s. George was the manager of Summit Racing Equipment and very sadly passed away in 2011. In honor of George, everyone’s sporting a mustache! To make sure George could hear us…the family released purple & silver star balloons while all the cars honked their horns…the only thing left were hugs and tears.


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The new Stone Valley 

Alzheimer’s Special Care Center…

Is hosting our classes for their residents every Wednesday at 10am. Our classes have been truly enjoyed by the residents as we tackled our first watercolor Fall project – leaves and then followed that up with Paper Palette Birdhouses!

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 One of our early classes was toe tapping!! Our UNR intern, Emily Brady, had the residents gather for a Drum Circle! With drums and wooden clackers and shaker eggs the festive group kept beat to a lively assortment of rhythms, and created some of their own. This was truly a memorable event enjoyed by all who attended!

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We are now included on the AmazonSmile site as a recipient of 5% donations on purchases made on the site and designating Moments of Memory!! To visit the site please open the link under the blogroll on the right.

Thank you AmazonSmile and to the individual who nominated our organization!


On Sunday, July 27, 2014 the Urban Roots Farm celebrated their 5th annual ART, FOOD & ROOTS event!!! 

Moments of Memory donated a work of art, “Summer Squash Blossoms” by OD.  The selling price for OD’s art will be split 50/50! His art sold to the highest bidder in a bidding war for $75!  50% goes to Urban Roots and 50% goes to Moments of Memory. 

Alrighty then….are you ready to see “Summer Squash”, you’re gonna love it!


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It is whimsically framed in great rough barn wood! The art itself is 9 x 12. The image was  inspired by a photo from my garden. Each artist in the group selected a photo I had taken from my glorious veggie garden here in Reno last fall. The artists then perused magazines for colors & visual textures which replicated the colors & textures they viewed in their selected photos. They were asked to select images relating to food and garden. OD, however, loved a yellow dress he found to use as a squash blossom. I pointed out to  him that it was an organic cotton fabric so that would be ok:) For the “dirt” OD selected an image of bacon pizza!!! Needless to say this was a fun 2 class project!


A heartfelt Thank You to Ann Cancilla & Diana Roberts for their donations made in Memory of Edith Frisbee.

Our hearts are with the family of Edith Frisbee…a Moments of Memory artist since 2009…her endearing charm will be greatly missed, but we will speak of her often and keep her memory alive in our hearts.

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Enjoy the flowers Edith and rest in peace… without pain and only your fondest memories. We have many moments of happy memories with You!

Edith's Heart, 2013 Blushing Memories Cosmetic Art..Blush, eye shadows & eyeliner!

Edith’s Blushing Heart, 2013
Blushing Memories Cosmetic Art..Blush, eye shadows & eyeliner!

The mind might forget…but the Heart always remembers.


This Spring we were bizzy!

On May 2nd we were invited to attend the annual Home Instead sponsored fundraiser for Alzheimer’s, Shades of Purple. Our Board member Wendy Knorr gave a lively presentation!

Evelyn....82, reflects on her life as a wife & mother in the 50's!

Evelyn….82, reflects on her life as a wife & mother in the 50’s!

We were invited to be a guest of UNR’s Sanford Center for Aging during Careers in Aging Week and display our artist’s creativity again during the Celebration of Scholars in April.

Our interns, Shelby, Hanna & Riley pose with myself & 3 Wolf Pack players at the annual Celebration!

Our interns, Shelby, Hanna & Riley pose with myself & 3 Wolf Pack players at the annual Celebration!

Thank you to our donors during the Nevada Big Give!!

We sincerely appreciate your support by donation to assist us in continuing our mission for yet another year, this is our 6th anniversary! It is easy, fast, safe & secure to donate. Just click on the top link on our Blogroll on the right of this page.

It’s not too late, you can still donate! 

***We want to sincerely thank Donna Rooney for her generous donation! Her mother was one of our dedicated artists for years and we loved her company. We sincerely miss her.

***We would also like to thank  Sandra Hoyle for her recent donation in Honor of her father Owen “OD” Hoyle. OD has been one of our gentlemen artists for several years and we love his company in art class.  OD is always bringing us laughter and smiles and has the most loving heart. You can see an example of his detailed art in the Pine Cone masterpiece below.

NEW Gentlemen’s Art in the Gallery of Art

All of our artists have been enjoying the combination of photo collage, watercolor wash and the Paper Palette Process.  I think it’s the bright colors, interesting book photos, nature themes and combination of techniques that keep them interested.  They are researching photos from re-purposed books on the subjects of gardening, cooking, nature and children’s literature.  See what they have been up to in our Gallery of Art!! Enjoy!

Pine Cone by OD, Paper Palette Collage with a watercolor wash! Superb

Pine Cone by OD, Paper Palette Collage with a watercolor wash! Superb

Thank you for considering our mission for your 2014 giving!

Pieces of My Heart by Katherine, February 2014 Paper Palette Collage

Pieces of My Heart by Katherine, February 2014
Paper Palette Collage

Easy ways to Give:

  •  To Donate online: Click the first link on the Blogroll on the right.
  •  To mail, go to the Donation Form page,  print pages 1-2 and mail.
  •  Or call us with your donation information (775) 848-4757


Moments of Memory, Inc. in Nevada, is an IRS approved (12/15/08) 501 (c)3 tax exempt charity.  Our mission is to bring visual art experiences to those living with memory impairment.  Your donation, pursuant to NRS 598, may be tax deductible. Please check with your personal accountant.


Our 2015 Calendars were ready to order in November for yourself and as gifts!

12 months of new Moments of Memory art

  • 5×7 format in a Plexiglas frame
  • All major holidays noted
  • Images have been pre-determined.
  • $20 each with stand + $5.20 Priority Mail shipping
  • $15  (12) inserts only + $3.00 USPS
  • Free local delivery

Email momentsofmemory@charter.net  or call (775) 848-4757 with your order!

Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our 2014 events! We couldn’t do what we do and be who we are without YOUR support, thank you for holding us up! 


Donations are always welcome!

Please email us at momentsofmemory@charter.net or call 775-848-4757 to make arrangements.  All donations directly support our Alzheimer’s artist’s creative art program. We are a 501(c)3  not-for-profit organization.


    Our Mission:

 Moments of Memory… Art from the Hearts of Alzheimer’s Artists. 

A non-profit program of visual art expression developed for those living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.  With passion and purpose Moments of Memory classes create a safe, supportive environment for social interaction and self-expression resulting in a non-critical and fail-safe experience.  Specific techniques enable individuals to focus on a task at hand and experience a sense of accomplishment, counteracting feelings of depression and isolation.  Having the opportunity to share the tangible reward of their efforts in a group setting renews self-confidence and trust.  Reconnecting with society in a productive community restores a sense of self even in the later stages of the artist’s dementing illness.   

 ART: I’ve Got Your Back by Babs, created with women’s cosmetics!      


 FastFrame of Reno on Moana Lane is the official framer for all Moments of Memory art! Thank you Steve, Linda and Ian and Reed for your continued support in 2014, passion for the cause and superb framing! Congratulations on being voted Best of Reno Art Framers in 2014 & 2009 in the Reno News & Review!!  


Ian & Steve of FastFrame

58 Responses to “About Moments of Memory”

  1. Lynette Says:

    Erica, intern extraordinaire! So great to hear from you. Hoping your travel studies went well. Look forward to seeing you at Stone Valley! Happy New Year!

  2. Erica Moran Says:

    I am looking through the art gallery now- I love seeing the new projects that are up. The artwork is absolutely beautiful. I hope to see you soon at your new location. You are making a difference and you inspire me!

  3. Lynette, congratulations on the News and Review wins for Best Non Profit AND Best Volunteer. Thanks for all you do for those living with Alzheimer’s!

  4. Lynette Says:

    Lisa, I’m so sorry I didn’t see your comment, and it so wonderful, Thank You! So happy you liked your card. We haven’t had any in stock but will soon and I’ll certainly keep you posted, you’ll be first on my list! Have a nice memorial day weekend and thank you for contacting me!

  5. Lisa Basterrechea Says:

    I’m greatfully inspired by the work of art created by such beautiful people.
    I thankfully recieved one of your cards as a house warming 🎁 when we moved into our new house by our neighbors. I’m really wanting to get some of these cards to share any of my special occasions, with the wonderful sharing of this group/organisation and non profit wonderful for memory. I will continue to look and see if I can find how to buy some of not how do I recieve any or can I?
    Lisa and Mike Basterrechea

  6. wendy knor Says:

    Just amazing…I am always touched when I see the work you inspire!

  7. Donna Rooney Says:

    Hi! Haven’t been on the site forever. Thank God for your talent and your enthusiasm for Moments of Memory. Thanks also for Mom’s, Edith’s, lovely tribute. She really loved working with you. Keep up the good work.

  8. Pamela Lambert Says:

    Lynette! Well done! Your passion is evident on this page. Congrats on another successful event! Yay! xo

  9. Lynette Says:

    Thank you everyone for the nice comments! I’m happy you’re liking and looking!

  10. Christina Reynolds Says:

    Had an awesome time at the car show and I am looking forward to the art auction on October 23rd! This is an amazing organization!

  11. Congratulations on the RGJ award! Very well deserved. Thank you for your dedication Lynette.

    Everyday I see the wonderful art that out resident have made and it make me happy knowing how much joy was created along with the beautiful images.

  12. Erica mora Says:

    I can’t wait for the walk to end Alzheimer’s:) loved volunteering last year!

  13. Janine Says:

    Lynette….Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for such a wonderful event and honoring the love of my life. We all had a great time….moustaches were such a super fun tribute to George!

  14. Karon McDonald Says:

    Beautiful job on the new artwork all! The gentlemen have such talent, it’s great to see the “masculinity” in their work. I especially love the bright colored artwork, as you know me! Miss all of the artists and especially YOU!! I am using what you have taught me to enhance the lives of the residents where I now work, although it is not the same without you there to assist me, it DOES work! Love to you my friend and mentor!

  15. Thank you to everyone for all the great comments regarding the NEW art in the Gallery of Art! I do pass on your comments to the artists and they are very touched by your kind words!
    We appreciate each and everyone of our supporters, followers and those who “Like” us on FB. Cheers to a New Year of great art experiences for our artists!!!!

  16. Lynette Says:

    Dear Debra, Thank you so very much for the generous calendar order!!!
    I sincerely hope you and your clients enjoy them all year long!
    Hope your holidays are Splendid and Memorable, Lynette

  17. Lynette — LOVE your site! I cannot always be present in person at your events but you know I am always there in my heart! Love much, Debra Fredericks

  18. Raina Says:

    I love the site and the new photos put up! I look forward to purchasing a 2014 calendar as well!

  19. Sean Fogarty Says:

    Oh wow! We look so good in the pictures at the walk! I really had a lot of fun that day and I would be so interested to do it again! We love the work you do Lynette:)

  20. Lynette Says:

    Thank you Laurie for inviting us to spend time with your residents! We had a fabulous experience with creative results. We can’t wait to come visit Bonaventure again soon. Thank you for all your assistance:)

  21. Laurie Says:

    Thank you so very much for coming out to Bonaventure today! It was so good to meet you and Karen, I know the residents really enjoyed painting today by looking at their smiling faces:)

  22. lazysue@gmail.com Says:

    I will definitely stop by the Arbors and purchase some of those wonderful greeting cards. I particularly like the pink long legged bird.

  23. Gina Says:

    So excited about this years Art Auction on April 11. Always love watching the artists enjoy their event. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

  24. Wendy Knorr Says:

    I am so pleased to see this program continue in our area. Thank you to all those who have supported it. Make plans to join us for the event April 11th – you will be inspired beyond belief! See you then!

  25. You have given me great ideas regarding this subject! I was looking for these kinds of posts! Thank you! I am looking forward to more of your posts!

  26. donna wynott Says:

    Thank you.

  27. Pamela Lambert-Elias Says:

    I’m looking forward to the events for Artown! Lynette, you have such imagination! You’ve inspired all these artists. Fun!

  28. Wendy K Says:

    I can’t wait for all the events in July! Things are really coming together and I am excited that people are taking note. If everyone will just tell one more person about what we are doing…where the website is…and buy some art – we will be touching sooooo many lives.
    Thanks to Lynette for her tremendous dedication in seeing this vision come to reality…many years, tears and fears! Great job!

  29. Stephanie Says:

    I think the cards turned out wonderful! thanks to Dynagraphic printing here in Reno who printed them for us at their non profit rate.
    What a good deal on these cards. $12 for one set or 2 for $20. I need to buy some more for myself!!

  30. Dave Wrenn Says:

    I was wondering if it was possible to get someone into the classes at the Arbors without them being a resident? My mother has moderate dementia from mini-strokes and use to paint a lot. She hasn’t done any in at least twenty years but still has her easel and and tool box full of dried up paint and brushes. I would love to see her get back into creating art. We have 5 or 6 of her oils and one water color hanging in the house. Her favorite hangs over her bed, it is a sofa size oil of the Atmospherium Planetarium that she painted shortly after they built it.

  31. Karon Says:

    Hello Lynette,

    Please let me know what help you need for “Anything”!! Especially the upcoming events, you are a wonderful person just by being you! Thank you for helping those in our community with and without Alzheimer’s Disease!! As well, thank you for helping me with my dreams of completing college. You are a wonderful mentor to me and I appreciate all of your support!

  32. alzart Says:

    Eloise, so thrilled you were inspired! If you need help or additional suggestions please do not hesitate to contact me personally and I will walk you through the techniques. I was actually inspired by 3 little children I was trying to entertain on a rainy day back in 1985. They were actually 5 or 6 years old and I was desperate for an idea. I emptied my cosmetic drawer (after removing the good stuff of course) on to a tray, put it in the middle of the table and gave everyone paper. They didn’t stop “creating” for 3 hours!! An idea was born and everyone was happy. I wish you the best of luck Eloise and thank you for your lovely comments. Lynette Schweigert

  33. Eloise Rawlings Says:

    I just returned home (Omaha, Nebraska) from a trip to Reno and just had to send a note of thanks for your inspirational art display at the airport.

    My daughter has severe alcohol dementia and has the capacity of a six year old child. She spends hours coloring, trying to stay within the lines of her coloring book. I am her primary caregiver and am 83 years young. Even with my experience as a lifelong school teacher, her limitations are a challenge for me and I am always looking for ways to expand her abilities. After seeing your art display, I am anxious to integrate some of your techniques. I am grateful that I found your Alzheimer’s Moments of Memory. Even though my daughter does not have Alzheimer’s, I’m hopeful that we can benefit from trying your ideas. Thank you.

  34. Carol Chatmon Says:

    Thank you thank you thank you,,,,,for such a valuable and heartfelt service you are providing…..All the love shines through

  35. alzart Says:

    And a downright pleasure to have you as valuable volunteer!

  36. John Blomberg Says:

    Downright beautiful and inspiring. A pleasure to have participated.

  37. alzart Says:

    Thank you Kathy we really appreciate your comments!!! If you would like to send me your mother’s photo and a story, I’ll post it on our “brand new today” Memory Keepers page:o) Speak of her often and keep her memories alive!
    Sincerely, Lynette

  38. Kathy Lawson Says:

    Reno Tahoe Airport
    Reno, Nevada

    As I strolled past the Alzheimer’s Art Gallery, I was unashamed by my tears of happiness for those patients who were able to participate in this display and to share their talent with us and by my tears of sadness that my own mother could not have lived to enjoy this type of artistic expression.

    My mother died many, many years ago with multiple diseases but her mental condition was a diagnosis of organic brain syndrome (which would now be called Alzheimer’s Disease). At the time of her stay in a long term care facility what a disservice to patients that this type of art work was not available.

    I applaud this group of Alzheimer’s artists, along with the staff who assisted them in putting together this project.

    My appreciation is overwhelming. It was such an emotional experience. My thanks to everybody involved. Thank you, Reno Tahoe Airport.

    With gratitude, Kathy Lawson

  39. Lynette Says:

    Thank you for the nice comments! We look forward to seeing you at the auction on July 31st! I’ll have information available on the website. Keep checking back:)…oh, and there will be more art too!

  40. Linda Says:

    What an inspiration! While waiting for my aunt to arrive for Easter vacation, my husband and I spent about 30 minutes admiring each piece of art work and reading all the comments. There is certainly a wealth of talent. We will be there for the auction!

  41. Greg Says:

    I’m 19 and a “wannabe” artist. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed the art work at the airport.

  42. Kathy Says:

    When I saw the display at the Reno airport, I was brought to tears. My mother is in a nursing home suffering from Alzheimer’s. If only the nursing home had this type of art, I know my mom would respond and enjoy.

  43. Alan E Says:

    Very nice site…and I appreciate the information. In California, we have an Adult Day Health Care Center that has a similar program…the art is framed and exhibited within the Center. This is a great way to show the talents of those suffering from the affects of Alzheimer’s. thank you so much!

  44. P Tanzy Maxfield Says:

    Was able to spend time with your exhibition at the Reno Airport while I waited for my daughter. My mother had alzheimers and I spent a great deal of time with her in her assisted living facility. I so appreciate the reminders your exhibit provided me of that time and experience. The project itself is wonderful, as is the artful result. Thank you to all who participate, directors, volunteers, resident artists, and donating framers.

  45. Gina Says:

    Congratulations on a WONDERFUL show. I am so impressed! It was fantastic to see the artist’s faces as they realized that it was their work on display.

  46. Beth Campbell Says:

    I would like to purchase several items:

    3, 5X7 prints Sun by Alex, Sun by Tommie, and Sun by Edith.

    I would also like 1 sets of cards: Sun by Alex.

    For a total of $30 plus postage. Please email me with instructions for payment.
    I live in Colorado.
    Thanks, Beth

  47. Diana Says:

    I am soooo impressed! Moments of Memory is a wonderful project. You are making a difference in the lives of the residents. I admire your talent, your dedication, your patience, and your ability to make things happen. You are an inspiration and a blessing to those you you give so freely to. Thanks for all you do!

  48. Lisa Says:

    Fabulous! I will bring my children to peruse the wonderful art on display. Is this program is available to dementia patients at other facilities?

    Great job Lynette. I admire your dedication and passion!

  49. Gina Says:

    Fantastic job putting together these events! Can’t wait to see the response. You have really done some incredible work in getting Moments of Memory up and rolling. I love that this program is available in our area!

    Thanks for all your hard work!

  50. Alan Says:

    Nicely done Lynette! I hope your group knows how fortunate they are to have you on the team. Thanks for sending the link.

    Good thoughts,

  51. Karon Says:

    Great job Lynette! You are doing such great things!! I wish I had even 1/2 of your talent … maybe it’ll rub off …

    See you soon!

  52. Pamela Says:

    THe disease does make its victims feel depressed and isolated and this program creates such positive results! Bravo Lynni!

  53. Awesome idea! My grandmother suffered from this for many years. In those days they just sat her in a wheel chair and ignored her. With no interaction she just kept getting worse.

  54. Gail Letcher Says:

    Wow, wow, wow… terrific job. You are giving me some keen competition here! Do you sell any of the work? Love the Lipstick Heart Prints – Group Project…

    See you soon. Gail

  55. alzart Says:

    Thanks for looking:) I appreciate your feedback. Save the Date..LOL I get it!

  56. Georgia Says:

    Beautiful, and well written….Looking forward to the Evening Gala in July…Save The Date!

  57. alzart Says:

    Merci beaucoup!

  58. Janine Says:

    Fabulous. Love what you have done with this page.

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