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The mission of the "Color of Resilience" Art Exhibition is to harness the power of art to raise awareness about children's hospice care and inspire a sense of resilience in the face of adversity. Through the creative expressions of talented artists, we aim to shed light on the experiences of children and their families, promoting empathy, compassion, and support for those navigating the challenges of serious illness. By showcasing artworks that embody strength, hope, and courage, we strive to create a platform that encourages dialogue, understanding, and collective action to make a positive impact in the lives of these young warriors. Together, we can paint a brighter future for children in need, celebrating their indomitable spirit and fostering a community of care and compassion. Together, let's paint a brighter future and uplift the lives of children facing extraordinary challenges.

Venue: 4947 Alton Pkwy, Irvine, CA 92604

Date: August 12th, 2023

Time: 2:00-6:00pm

Admission: Free

Discover the Artists

Zhisheng Wu

Zhisheng Wu is a contemporary artist, currently living and working in Southern California, whose work consists mainly of installations, performances and paintings. His BFA studies at the Central Academy of Fine Arts brought him advanced painting and sculpture techniques and an understanding of public art, and his MFA studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago enabled him to pinpoint his personal creative vein and style. His works are mainly divided into art practice in public space and personal creation. 


His installations in public space have been exhibited in many regions in China such as Wuhan, Beijing, Guangzhou etc. His 2022 performance work Drowning has been covered by CNN and many other international media. Zhisheng Wu is currently working on oil paintings based on his family of origin and his own emotional memories of childhood.

Letao Sun

Letao is an illustrator based in New York City. She loved to draw animals, plants, and human activities. Her work records bright moments from life by using vivid colors, shapes, and decorative elements. She believes that art images have the power to change the world.



Website: letaosun.com


Mengru Zhou

Chinese artist Mengru Zhou received training at Guangxi Art University before earning a BAA from Central Michigan University in 2017. Zhous unique style is informed by her exposure to Chinese painting, woodblock printing, calligraphy, illustration, and photography. Zhou's artwork features visually striking and cheerful compositions that evoke healing, while also exploring themes of insecurity and the relationship between the exterior world and psychological states in her quest for a sense of belonging. Presently she is completing her MFA at Syracuse University.


Gallery display

Our collaboration

The Southern California Hospice Foundation was established in 2002 to promote awareness of palliative care and hospice options for terminally ill children and adults, helping to ease the transition with comfort, dignity, and respect for those at the end-of-life.

Hospice prioritizes the wishes of the patient and family with the holistic treatment of the body, spirit, and mind. The goal of hospice is to focus on quality at the end of life, allowing patients and their friends and families time and space to make lasting memories.

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