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Abstract Painting - The Nightmare Of Ms by Ruth Edward Anderson

The Nightmare Of Ms is a painting by Ruth Edward Anderson which was uploaded on November 18th, 2012.

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Hi Jennie Thanks for your wonderful comment on The Nightmare of MS. I do a lot of different art on MS & how it effects my body & mind. It helps me to take my pain, anxiety, fear, etc. out on the canvas or clay. Most of my life starting at about 13 yrs. I suffered from horrible left side migraines, they finally stopped when I went through menopause. During a Migraine attack I could hear the blood coursing through my veins. The sound of my heart beating was pure torture. I had to stay in a darkened room with no sound & no light. These attacks often lasted up to 7 days. There really wasn't any great medicine back in those days. My doc would give my Phenobarbital to knock me out & cafergot to hopefully stop the attack. Sorry I wrote a beginning for a book. I feel for your daughter & hope they stop soon.

Very fascinating to "see" how you feel. My daughter has migraines and I have encouraged her to paint what she feels and sees. She said that putting it on canvas would bring back the pain as she is working on it.

Please you've view this painting why not leave me a quick or lengthy comment. I want to hear from my viewers. I paint the way I feel & since I have MS I have very changeable feelings which makes for some interesting paintings & sculptures.

Miki Thanks for your fantastic comment.

A very poignant painting Ruth! V