The paintings are from local artists Trent Alvey, Heather Barron, Leia Bell, Lee Udall Bennion, Deborah Brinckerhoff, Carlisle, Lynn Farrar, Sandy Freckleton Gagon, Susan Gallacher, Cassandria Parsons, Kathleen Peterson, Pilar Pobil and Bonnie Posselli.
The paintings are for sale, with 40 percent of the proceeds going to provide mammograms for women without enough insurance.
According to Brent Parkinson, medical director of the Breast Care Center, Utah women rank second to last nationally in getting mammograms — which, he said, are the only tests proven to save lives from breast cancer.
Many of the artists have been affected by breast cancer in one way or another.
"I've seen an amazing amount of strength at times in people who are battling breast cancer," Lee Udall Bennion said in a statement. "When people look at my artwork, I hope they can see themselves in it, regardless of the role they are playing in breast cancer — caregiver, survivor, family member or friend."
The "Creating for a Cause" event happens Friday, 10 a.m. to noon, at the Breast Care Center at Intermountain Medical Center, 5121 S. Cottonwood St., Murray.