Posts Tagged ‘Pain Exhibit’

  • Featured Pain Art: “Migraine 3″

    The sudden onset of migraines, chronic fatigue, and fibromyalgia derailed my life. I had to leave my job and give up many normal activities. Although incapacitated much of the time for several years, my friends, doctors, and even family did…

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  • Featured Pain Art: “From the Ether II”

      I create these as I sit and the pain is racking my body. I watch the strokes appearing without any concern for how it turns out. This relaxes me and takes my mind off the pain. Notice the shards…

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  • Featured Pain Art: “Pain Without Words”

    I have peripheral neuropathy and find it impossible to describe having feet as dead and heavy as rocks while so sensitive that touch causes sharp pain, so I created this piece as a way of showing people what this is…

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  • Featured Pain Art: “Slightly”

    This piece really focuses on the area which has been bothering me most over the last couple of years. I just want to do more then I’m “allowed.” This art is a courtesy of PainExhibit.org, an online educational, visual arts…

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  • Featured Pain Art: “My Pain Shadow”

    On the deserted beach I walk with a pain shadow. Hip searing with each step I move forward slowly. My joint tears away. A sharp arrow pierces through me. I stop to find stillness yet the pain shadow follows. Gazing…

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  • Featured Pain Art: “Migraine 4″

    Nausea is an integral part of my migraine experience, often the first symptom to appear and the last to leave. My insides become my enemy, as if pressurized to the point I fear they might break through my abdomen and…

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