There are 1296 hand painted portraits all connected 
to a single cancer victim. The connection is once removed and it illustrates real pain. 

The work is made of wood and stands 14 feet tall 
and 12 feet wide, very colorful and extremely powerful. This art is graphic, beautiful and with deep meaning 
here are just some of the facts I illustrate and share 
at the exhibit.

There are six continents, 58 countries and 26 states representing the world. 

All the portraits are independent from another, 
evoking a suspended feeling, 
but together they create a single image.

The 1296 people represent the number of people that are diagnosed with cancer every 30 minute, it also illustrates the number that die, but more important the number that survive, a real eye opener. 

• The cancer victim tells a story that spans six generations and speaks to the will to survive and overcome all odds.

1296
58 
26 
Continents,
represent the world
Countries, demonstrating the extent of support.
States, all share 
the message.
6
Peope all connected 
to one person.
Cancer victim.
Can bring Hope
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