Saturday, January 28, 2012


Adult Day Center of Somerset County (ADC) announces an inaugural art exhibition at its new facility. The show features 28 works from ten representatives of ARTsee of Somerset County.

Selected Works by Members of
ARTsee Of Somerset County

WHEN: January 9 through March 23, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM
Adult Day Center of Somerset County (ADC), 872 East Main Street, Bridgewater 

A free public reception celebrating the exhibition is planned for Saturday, February 11 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Light refreshments will be served. Please contact Hilary Kruchowy for more information at or 908.725.0068.

ArtSee is a group of two dozen artists from the Bernardsville - Basking Ridge, NJ area, who have come together to create events showcasing and promoting their vibrant arts community. Curator, Hilary Klimek is delighted to have put together this first exhibition for ADC because of her commitment to the arts and her belief that arts have the power to inspire and heal the soul. "The members of ARTsee are extremely happy to be supporting the efforts of the Adult Day Center. Members of ARTsee are proud of this involvement and hope that the families at the ADC find peace and inspiration from our work.”

Artists included in the exhibit are Alex Bigatti, Beth Murphy, Caren Frost Olmsted, Filip Everaert, Frank Gubernat, Hilary Klimek, Holly Fazelat, Joanne Devine, Letty Oratowski and Nancy E. Robinson. All works are available for purchase. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ARTISTS OF ARTSEE

The ADC ‘s series of art exhibits will help to build a bridge between local artists and the day center making use of the center’s expansive wall space. Future exhibitions include a collection of art created by members of the center and their families. This exhibition will open in late spring. Executive Director Jeff Macaulay comments “There’s a real interest and commitment from artists who want to inspire and comfort older adults and their family members who are selflessly engaged in caring for their loved ones.” We are looking forward to providing an alternative venue for these artists. (ADC’s new facility is pictured above)

The Adult Day Center of Somerset County is a non-profit agency committed to providing high quality, affordable medical and social day care services for disabled and elderly residents of Somerset County. Each year, many frail and disabled elderly are institutionalized prematurely or unnecessarily due to the lack of affordable quality care in our community.