Dr. Steve Swaim practiced and taught veterinary medicine for 50 years. When he retired, Dr. Swaim put down his scalpel and picked up woodcarving tools. And animals are still his favorite subjects.
Dr. Swaim’s carving, “Two Geriatric Gents,”
One of the winning artists in Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2017 Art is Ageless Calendar produced by Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.
“Woods in Winter Light,” a painting
When it comes to human worth, it’s the mind and spirit — not age — that counts. At Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, we believe in what we call the agelessness of human creativity. Our award-winning Art is Ageless® program encourages older
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America has announced the winners of its annual, systemwide Art is Ageless® competition, which features entries by artists age 65 and older throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Art is Ageless, open exclusively to people
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s Art is Ageless® website recently won a merit award from the Web Health Awards contest. The 16-year-old competition is organized by the Health Information Resource Center, a clearinghouse for consumer
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America recently won three awards in the Healthcare Advertising Awards competition, sponsored by the Healthcare Marketing Report.
PMMA was recognized for these entries:
- Gold medal for the 2014 Art is Ageless® calendar, which features senior artists
- Silver medal for the PMMA Medicare Flipbook, a brochure explaining Medicare benefits
- Merit award for the Art is Ageless website, ArtIsAgeless.org
This is the 31st year for the national