Newest Artist Spotlight will highlight contest winners with a public reception and lecture on May 16 MEDIA, PA (April 25, 2016) — Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line will feature the works of 13 amateur photographers from May 3 to June 1, all who were selected during Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line’s first amateur photo contest. Contestants were asked to photograph positive images of older people or multi-generational groups during February and March. Photographs will be judged by a panel of three local professional photographers who will award the first place and second place winners with cash prizes. The display is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Some of the photographers will be on hand to answer questions and discuss their works during a reception and lecture on Monday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m. “The photographers captured the many aspects of senior life, portraying inherent beauty, dignity and joy, a continued zest for life, and the special connections that occur between the generations,” said Linda Sterthous, Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line executive director. The amateur photographers exhibiting include: Aaron Benau Ira Blum Steven Durst Ken Gross Kevin Harte-McCormick Karen Hoffman Brette Husar David Monheit Ron Moran Alexa Pezick Mila Raclaw John Quigley James Shulman Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line May Artist Spotlight Series The Artist Spotlight Series remains a popular community benefit since its introduction in 2012. It enables Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line residents to experience art right in their own community. The program is now a robust and highly anticipated community event each month. To reserve a seat at the exclusive reception on May 16, or for more information on Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line’s Artist Spotlight Series, please contact program coordinator, Amy Blum at 610.353.7660 ext. 254 or email About Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL) The non-profit Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL) continuing care communities have a dedicated mission to deliver a purpose-filled life to residents. Serving over 1,450 residents with more than 1,100 employees throughout Pennsylvania, the Wesley Enhanced Living communities located in Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties provide various combinations of independent living, personal care services, memory care, and rehabilitation and skilled nursing services. WEL also manages affordable senior housing facilities in Northeast Philadelphia.