The Pink Art Project

Teens Raise Awareness & Money for Breast Cancer

One River School of Art + Design has embarked on a national commitment to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Throughout the month of September, teen students across eight schools will each create an original artwork that honors the strength and courage women present when dealing with breast cancer.


Courage is Choosing Love Over Fear, 2018


Limited edition prints by Liz Luisada are inspired by the Pink Art Project and the strength and courage in those fighting the battle with breast cancer.

Each limited edition print is individually hand-signed and numbered by the artist. Prints are reproduced on fine art textured paper making each piece unique and irreplaceable.

The artwork size is 12 in. x 16 in printed on paper 15 in. by 19 in.

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Liz Luisada (b. 1978, Virginia) holds a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design.  She lives and works in Greenfield, Pennsylvania.  Luisada's watercolors feature a series of idiosyncratic images that range from Gaia-like Earth goddesses to color-wheel spiderwebs. Her new works on paper examine a spectrum of feminist and spiritual platforms, from motherhood to nature and trees to the admiration of color as pure form.  Luisada has been exhibiting her work in the United States since 2005.  Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times, and is included in the public collection of the Cleveland Clinic.  She is represented by Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in New York.
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We’re saving women’s lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering them to live proactively at a young age. We target the 52 million women between the ages of 18-45, as well as the people who love and influence them.

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