NYC's Bellevue Hospital holds art exhibition of works by people who suffer from Sept. 11


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NEW YORK — A New York City hospital is remembering Sept. 11 with an exhibition of artworks by people affected by the terrorist attacks.

The works are on display at Bellevue Hospital. They are by participants in art therapy at the hospital's WTC Environmental Health Center.

The exhibition is called "The Art of Resilience." Some of the works are light and optimistic, others are dark and brooding.

They include paintings, jewelry and mixed media. The artworks will be on display through Friday.

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