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16743
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Residents at the Carolina House of Pinehurst, the largest provider of assisted living and Alzheimer's care in North Carolina, are finding self-expression through art.
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24040
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Open Hearts Art Center is a non-profit organization that serves Buncombe County adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities by providing them with community, creative, expression, and income from the sale of their artwork
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29840
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Spruce Pine Artist Debra Carpenter began to use painting as a form of self-directed therapy to cope with the death of her son in 2002. Of all the paintings displayed in her home studio for the Toe River Arts Council Tour, two are not for sale. The Scream and The Healing both represent the beginning and the ending of her grief, which continues to find its expression in portrayals of whimsical nightmarish paintings.
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