WARREN - The work of 32 artists are being showcased in the Nissen Gallery at Trumbull Memorial Hospital as part of the ''9/11 ... Never Forget'' collaborative piece.
Cortland resident Susan Jacobs, director of Community Art Works, said the 9/11 exhibit was shown at the Youngstown Warren Regional Airport and has since been moved to the Nissen Gallery with separate pieces by individual artists displayed throughout the hospital gallery.
Sept. 11, 2012, will mark the 11th year since the terrorist attacks against the United States.
Jacobs said the artists each created their own tributes of that fateful day using an 18-inch canvas which, when put together, becomes part of a total image of the burning Twin Towers in a 6-foot-by-12-foot mural.
''This display is a deconstructed exhibit, with each piece being displayed individually,'' Jacobs said, adding that posters of the piece in its entirety will also be displayed.
The exhibit is on display through Aug. 1 before going back to the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
Jacobs said this is the second community art piece from Community Artworks since the Mona Lisa Mosaic Masterpiece, which was the group's first major art piece that hangs at the airport.
Community Artworks aims to bring attention to the community through local artists, organizers said.