"The Pink Show" features art, life, and hope
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Pink Show began seven years ago as a way for local painters, sculptors and photographers to express the emotions involved in fighting breast cancer.
The art show depicts life and loss -- but most importantly -- hope.
The show took place at the Central Fresno studio of well-known Fresno sculptor Margaret Hudson, who is herself a breast cancer survivor.
Though not a breast cancer patient, A.S. Angelo is fighting cancer and wanted to be a part of the pink show. "It sort of gets you in a state of mind of healing -- it's an awareness for the whole community -- but it's also for those suffering with cancer. It's a celebration of hope."
The show will be on display until November 20th.
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