Posted by Erin Schwartz on December 14, 2010
Now is your chance to see selected artworks displayed in the Colors of Hope Gallery, along with biographies and personal messages from the artists. The gallery is also where we unveil the winners from 2010!
The artists who share their expressions with us all represent courage and depict their own interpretation of what it means to “Maximize Life”. Each piece of art tells its own story, just as each person who lives with cancer has different experiences, thoughts and feelings about their journey.
While everyone viewing the art is a winner, for the 2010 collection, there were five adult selections chosen as winners, each one representing a different region of the world: Africa, Asia Pacific, Latin America, North American and Europe. As well, young artists from each of the regions were honored for their exceptional artworks. In addition to each of the regional winners, there are 28 artists who are recognized in the gallery with honorable mentions.
Don’t wait any longer: Maximize your life today by going to the Colors of Hope Gallery!
Featured art: "Fly" was created by Aya, a caregiver from the Philippines who describes her art, "We are free to be happy, free to love and live life".