Date(s) - 05/23/2017
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Dana Center Lecture Room
Join artist, certified dementia practitioner and certified OMA dementia facilitator Dominique Boutaud to learn about dementia and Alzheimer and how art can play an important part in improving patients lives. Dominique will present how she manages art classes for her patients share information about dementia and Alzheimer.
Dominique will demonstrate what she does with her patients by creating a painting.
This event is free and open to the public and presented in English.
Dominique Boutaud was born and raised in Nice, France. Since her childhood, she has been passionate about a variety of art, inspired by nature and the vibrant colors of the French Riviera, as well as her artist father.
She moved to Massachusetts in 1996 and later settled in Nashua, NH. Dominique continues to explore her creative talent and grow her collection of masterpieces in her studio.
Both formally educated and self-taught in numerous techniques, Dominique has produced expressive works in many medias, including pottery, leather craft, bookbinding, quilt making, basket weaving, and much more.
In addition to her local work as a New Hampshire Arts Advocate Leader, Dominique has exhibited and studied with many artists from around the world.
In her own words, Dominique’s mission as an abstract artist painter is to “create artwork for a quest of meaning, authenticity and expression of hope, serenity, peace and happiness for me and others for our future.”
Questions? Contact Dominique at [email protected]