The Art Experience at Mosaic Life Care

At Mosaic Life Care, we are committed to providing the best and safest care, while creating a warm, inviting environment for our patients, family members and caregivers. Our innovative life-care model combines traditional health care and a focus on key life elements that affect overall wellness. The experiences patients, visitors and caregivers have within our walls is a primary focus at Mosaic Life Care and are enhancing this experience with original, inspiring and healing art created by local and regional artists.

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Are Leggings Pants or just underwear with legs?

I myself have a tendency to think that if leggings were really pants they would call them pants, but there are so many people that wear them now, as pants, I have become confused (more so than usual). Has it become socially acceptable to wear, out in public, leg coverings that are really a just thick cousin of panty hose and call them pants? Perhaps…

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Military Histories at JRP Senior Center

So, Julie and I did some planning, completed a memorandum of understanding, and in a couple of days, the inventory was transferred into the former library at the Senior Center and readied for public display.
When visitors walk in, they say: “Is this your collection, it must have taken you many years to accumulate?” My response is: “Yes, it’s been my passion, but I am not a collector…, I am a “connector…

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The Butterfly Effect: Post-WWII Music Part 1

Music, probably more so than any other art form, is driven by technology. Early 20th century composers like Ferruccio Busoni envisioned a time when music would be able to “follow the line of the rainbow” by not being tied to any rules or the specific instruments of his time. With the invention in 1906 of the triode aubion tube, music slowly, but very surely, began losing the “weights” and laws previously applied to it. But it wasn’t until the invention of magnetic tape recording that the dream of a truly “free” music began being met…

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