“My art reflects my soul and my vulnerability…” - the artist
My art expresses thoughts and emotions relating to chronic pain and mental illness. Creating art allows me to be myself and focus on something other than the pain that I feel. Art is my therapy to help me cope with chronic pain, depression and anxiety.
My art reflects my soul and my vulnerability, showing a part of myself to my viewers that I normally don’t share. I have been exploring new concepts this year that have a more positive tone rather than some of my past projects which focused on depression and pain.
I recently began using my art to spread awareness about mental health and chronic pain through an online Exhibition and blog called Invisible Me. I have been searching for a more positive way to express myself and even find ways to share my artistic therapies with others.
Invisible Me Exhibition photos and poems take you into the mind of someone with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. This will help you understand how it feels in hope that you will have compassion and treat others kindly. There are so many people suffering in silence. You never know how much your words and actions might hurt.
We all need love and support. Invisible Me is an inspirational blog and place to share stories, struggles, tips and so much more in a community of people who care about each other and want to raise awareness of invisible illnesses.
About the collection:
These photos are part of my Invisible Me Exhibition. This exhibit contains photos and poems that take you into the mind of someone with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. This exhibit is to inform and bring awareness to students what these illnesses might feel like. I want to promote kindness to others and self-care.
To view more work by the artist, please visit megwagnerimages.weebly.com. You may also follow the artist on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/megnificentstudios,www.facebook.com/megnificentstudios, as well as Instagram @megnificentstudios.
To learn more about The Invisible Me Project, or to share your story, please visit www.invisiblemeproject.com/home.
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