Newest Artist Spotlight Series features Abigail Greene’s oil paint and watercolor paintings; includes public reception and lecture on January 11 MEDIA, PA (January 4, 2016) — Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line will continue the community’s popular and long running Artist Spotlight Series in January with Abigail Greene’s “Still Life at Home” exhibit. The display, which runs from January 5 to January 31, is open to Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line residents and visitors all month long, and will include an exclusive one-night-only reception and lecture on Monday, January 11 at 6:30 p.m. Greene, the granddaughter of WEL Main Line resident, Emilie Weill, teaches art at Politz Hebrew Academy. She paints still-life with oil paint and also enjoys using watercolor. The Artist Spotlight Series remains a popular community benefit since its introduction in 2012. It was originally created to enable Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line residents to experience art right in their own community. The program has since grown into a robust and highly anticipated community event each month. “The residents enjoy discussing the artwork and trying to create similar art pieces in our studio,” says Linda Sterthous, Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line executive director. “It’s really special when we have an artist participate in the Artist Spotlight Series who is so closely connected to one of our residents because it’s someone they recognize and have seen around our community.” To reserve a seat at the exclusive reception on January 11, 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 Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line January Artist Spotlight Series # # # 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.