Living Proof Exhibit: A Visualization of Hope

December 22, 2018 - March 15, 2019

Living Proof Exhibit: A Visualization of Hope

The Dubuque Museum of Art is pleased to host Living Proof Exhibit: A Visualization of Hope, featuring more than 25 artists from across the Tri-State region who have been impacted by cancer.

The works on display showcase the courage and creative spirit of these who have experienced cancer and reveal the range of feelings experienced during the cancer journey.

The project is in collaboration with the Quad Cities-based non-profit organization Living Proof Exhibit, whose mission is to enrich the lives of those impacted by cancer through the therapeutic benefits of the arts.

Professional as well as amateur artists living within a 200-mile radius of the Quad Cities were eligible to submit work for this juried exhibition, which debuted at the Figge Art Museum in fall 2018.


Marla Andich, Karen Austin, Maureen Bardusk, Carrol Brandt, Kent Broadbent, Mary Caravette-Shortridge, Gail Chavenelle, Pamela Crouch, Mary Ellen Cunningham, Bob Esbensen, Laura Goldman Weinberg, Connie Gross, Meg Guttman, Sharon Harmon, Hazel Harris, Mary Jo Hinds, Kay Irelan, Gina Kirschbaum, Sue Lemmon, Julie Mariet-Hast, Tara Moorman, Gerald Podraza, LaNae Ramos, Terri Reinartz, Linda Sykes, and Barbara Untiedt.