An article/interview about my syptomatology embroideries was recently posted on ME Action’s website. ME Action is an advocacy group for pwME (people with ME/CFS).
I’m also one of the artists on ME Action’s Postcards to Doctors campaign. This is an American medical education campaign so that doctors are more well-informed about ME/CFS. If you’re in the US, please participate.
I was also recently one of the featured artists on Women’s Art on Twitter. @womensart1 posts images and short biography’s of artists daily.
Canadian artist Lia Pas began working in fiber arts after her diagnosis of ME/CFS in 2015, by exploring her own symptomatology through embroidery, combining the often invisibility of both “women’s work” and autoimmune diseases which more often affect women #womensart pic.twitter.com/XMKF5O6xIv
— #WOMENSART (@womensart1) November 24, 2019
I’m currently still slowly working away at a large embroidery piece of a cell and also on a very large-scale secret project. You can follow me on Twitter or Instagram for regular updates on both these projects.