Art show explores ‘the dreams in our hearts’

Rosecrance clients and staff showed off more than 300 pieces of artwork at the annual Heart Art Show before Valentine’s Day. Dream catchers, paintings, sketches, an interactive exhibit, and a large mural painted by clients at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson, Rosecrance Harrison and Marlowe Recovery House campuses articulated hopes and dreams of the many artists.

“The show is powerful because it encourages clients to connect with themselves and rediscover their passions in life,” said Recreation Therapist Paul Fasano. “Art gives clients gratification and a sense of self-worth as they take the brave step of showing something that is important through their art.”