Living With Purpose

By Team Trilogy |

At Trilogy Health Services, we end each year with a friendly resident art competition. The winner’s artwork is featured on the cover of Trilogy’s company Christmas card!


River Oaks Dolores T. Silent Night Holy Night

1st Place
Silent Night – Holy Night, Dolores T., River Oaks Health Campus
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Congratulations to Dolores T., our Living Arts Holiday Competition winner (for the second year in a row)! Dolores grew up in Chicago and developed an interest in art at the age of 13. She has been drawing and painting ever since. Having never taken a class, she taught herself by reading books and watching painting programs on television. She recalls one piece she created that she is particularly fond of, a drawing of Abraham Lincoln which was hung in the school she attended. Dolores loves the Living Arts program. A truly creative spirit, she see opportunity to create beauty in everything around her. She even painted the sweater she is wearing in this photo!



Wellbrooke of Wabash Pat M. Moonlight Delight

2nd Place
Moonlight Delight, Pat M., Wellbrooke of Wabash

Pat M. grew up on a farm. Her heart still remembers her house, the barn, the trees, and the way each looked covered in snow and lit by moonlight. Her hands remember too, as evidenced by her gorgeous painting!

“I feel so honored to be able to share my painting. This is quite a compliment to be chosen. I hope that it brings many people joy.” – Pat M.



The Oaks at Bethesda Marian B. Winter Wonderland

3rd Place
Winter Wonderland, Marian B., The Oaks at Bethesda

Our third place winner is pictured here with her friend, Ginger the campus Elf. Marian is the sweetest and is so happy to have her artwork among those gracing the front of the Christmas Cards that were available for Trilogy employees to purchase with proceeds benefitting the Annual Hope for the Holidays Campaign!


Thank you, ladies, for sharing your wonderful talent with us and others. You truly have a gift!

We’re so happy that the Living Arts Program at our campuses allows residents to continue to explore their creativity! See another great Living Arts story here!