Never Too Late - January 2022

PCOA In-house Specialists in LGBTQ Elder Care: Sarah Bahnson LGBTQ Community Liaison Elizabeth Reeves Community Services System Director John Chihak Intake Specialist Jennifer Caragan Case Management Supervisor Maddy Bynes Director of Public Policy & Special Projects

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Our Featured Artist: Tad Lamb

Tad’s love of watercolor comes from a lifetime of exploring the landscapes and chasing the birds of the American

The Drawing Studio is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, creative learning organization that brings art and the benefits of creating art to the entire community. The Drawing Studio offers affordable fee-based and free classes and workshops, hosts events and exhibits, and fosters awareness of the positive effects of creativity on individuals. The mission is to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to embrace art practice as a pathway to person growth and healthy community. PCOA and The Drawing Studio proudly partner to feature original work by older artists in Pima County in Never Too Late , celebrating and showcasing the creativity of older adults in our community.

West. With a BFA in Printmaking from the University of Southern Alabama (USA!) Tad was also a longtime member of Desert Artisans Gallery and has been a teaching artist at The Drawing Studio since 2014. He is currently serving as VP of Shows at the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild where he has been a member since 2019. Tad has made his home in Tucson, AZ since 1988 where he lives with his wife, Mary Lou, of 27 years.

The work featured on this issue’s cover, Oak Creek, watercolor . (full image above)

PCOA Board of Directors Adaline Klemmedson, Chair Agnes Poore, RN, Vice Chair Estella Searcy, Secretary Robert Ramirez, Treasurer Members: Robert Bell, Immediate Past Chair Steve Borden

Beth Smith R. Wayne Wood M.D. David Yarger Title III Programs Advisory Council Frederick R. Eisele, Chair Wendy Ascher, Vice Chair Karla Bennington

Ava Butler Elizabeth Davidson Frederick R. Eisele ( Advisory Council Chair) Maxine Goldstein

Allan Gordon George Mairs

Ruth Sauer Karen Wulff PCOA President & CEO W. Mark Clark

Amy Levin Ron Meck Christina Noz Denise Richerson

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