I opened the paper this morning to find most of the front page and most of page 4 covering The Cottages at the Glen and Alzheimer's related articles. I found this link to the article and then saw this video news link (click watch) - this program, that my brother saw on the news, is what instigated the investigation of The Cottages. Based on The Green House Model, the Cottages are by far the most social, pleasant, and interactive long-term care facility in the area. I'm afraid this is a subject that all of us are touched by, and we can only hope that progress will continue to be made in caring for the increasing numbers of us who will need special care.
Fee wanted "Her Mouth" framed, but since it is 9 x 15 1/2", it doesn't fit into a standard frame. I bought this cheap metal frame at Michael's, took out the glass, covered the cardboard with black fabric, and just pinned it on. Took the picture at a wonky angle; too lazy to do it again. I should also probably pay more attention to size when starting a small piece, in case I want to frame it. Another idea that I've seen is to use black foam board. Most of my things have a sleeve for hanging or are small enough to go with the clips, but Fee likes a frame.
How do you display pieces? I've seen some wonderful pieces in frames, so some people think ahead.