Welcome to PainExhibit.org
Thank you for visiting the PAIN Exhibit. The PAIN Exhibit is an online educational, visual arts exhibit from artists with chronic pain with their art expressing some facet of the pain experience.
The mission is to educate healthcare providers and the public about chronic pain through art, and to give voice to the many who suffer in silence.
October 28, 2013: Spanish version of PainExhibit.org launched
Today we officially announce the launch of PainExhibit.org in Spanish! We are excited to help educate a much broader and more global audience about chronic pain. This project wouldn’t have been possible without the generous support of Purdue Pharma, L.P.
The new Spanish language version of the PAIN Exhibit can be viewed by visiting PainExhibit.org/es.
You can also access the Spanish language version of any page by clicking the language link at the top-right of your navigation menu. Feel free to toggle back and forth between languages as you view the Exhibit.
New Art: September 21, 2013
Two new pieces of pain art have been added to the PAIN Exhibit Art Galleries:
“Release II” by Linda Langerak has been added to the gallery Pain Visualized.
“My Pain” by Janet Voss has been added to the gallery Suffering.
New Art: August 27, 2013
New Publications: August 16, 2013
This summer, PAIN Exhibit art appeared on the cover of another issue of the Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy.
In addition, “Do You See What I Feel?” by Dana Harrell-Sanders is featured on the cover of July’s IASP Insight.
Check them both out on the Publications page.
New Art: July 23, 2013
“Sticking Points” by Stephanie Sebero has been added to the gallery Suffering.
New Art: June 18, 2013
A new piece by Tanya Paterson depicts the reality of living with rheumatoid arthritis. Visit the Pain Visualized gallery to check it out.
Featured PAIN Art: June 4, 2013
“All About the Benjamins” is being featured on the National Pain Report website. This is an important piece to share, as it brings awareness to the controversial issue of random drug testing of people with pain. If you would like to share this piece with others to help spread the word, please use this link.
New Art: May 28, 2013
“Submerged” by Tarsha Gregor has been added to the gallery Isolation and Imprisonment.
New Art: May 22, 2013
Two new pieces of pain art by Chris Mearkle have been added to the PAIN Exhibit Art Galleries:
“No Way Out” has been added to the gallery Healthcare.
“Weight of the World” has been added to the gallery Pain Visualized.