SlideShow DES Art

Selected pieces of Art as a response to DES exposure

Regina Holliday - DEStiny a jacket for @cascadia #TheWalkingGallery

DEStiny

Artist Regina Holliday is a medical advocate muralist. She is using paint and brushes to promote health reform and patient’s rights.

Images copyright TwitPic – All rights reserved. DEStiny a jacket for @cascadia #TheWalkingGallery by @ReginaHolliday.

Female Reproductive Histopathology

Artist Penny Oliver says:

My name is Penny Oliver and I am committed to creating artwork that will inspire and reinvigorate you in your practice of medicine. By interpreting and translating anatomic, histologic and diagnostic images, I seek to create art that is both beautiful to the layperson and meaningful to the medical professional. Contact me to see how your work and passion can be transformed into a stunning piece of original art.” – Diagnosis ART, Custom Paintings for the Medical Professional

Images copyright Diagnosis Art – All rights reserved.

Surviving DES

Artist Patricia Ann Wilson says:

The watercolors and drawings, Surviving DES are a response to being a DES baby. My mother was given a drug, diethylstilbestrol, when she was pregnant with me. I have health issues as the result. The women who were given this drug between the 1940’s through the late 1970’s were actually being experimented on by the drug companies. These paintings and drawings, are my positive response to a negative situation. My art is my catharsis.”

Images copyright Patricia Ann Wilson Studio – All rights reserved.

More DES DiEthylStilbestrol Resources

Free DES Awareness Toolbar

Did you know that you can create a toolbar for your website / blog that includes all of your own content and most visited sites? I didn’t but my husband did so when I told him I was spending a lot of time logging-in to my DES blogs, facebook, twitter and other social media accounts and finding the websites I visit on a daily basis, he kindly said to me “no worries, leave it with me and I’ll sort something out for you”.

Get our toolbar !

I’m no expert but he is and as per magic and in no time he created a DES Awareness toolbar where I could easily in just one click have access to all my “DES stuff”. Many of you won’t need this but if like me you need to have access to all the great work DES advocates around the world are doing in just one click you may be interested in downloading and adding this Free DES Awareness Toolbar to your Bookmarks menu. Or you may decide to create your own customized toolbar. Here are some of the benefits:

Get our toolbar !  The Alexa Toolbar Creator allows you to build a custom toolbar to help you connect with your visitors and increase traffic to your site. You can choose from a selection of features to add, including your logo, site search, custom menus, links to popular content on your site, and social networking. Also, by including dynamic headlines from blogs or other RSS/Atom feeds, you can message your customers in real time, wherever they are on the web. You can create Alexa toolbars for Internet Explorer and Firefox.

How easy is it to create a toolbar? It is relatively easy, but it’s even easier to download the FREE and handy DES Awareness Toolbar we’ve created for you.

The DES Awareness Toolbar features:

  •  Menu button / drop down links to DES blogs / websites.
  •  RSS Feed button / drop down links to DES posts.
  •  Menu button / drop down links to DES on Facebook.
  •  Menu button / drop down links to DES on Twitter.
  •  Twitter Feed button / drop down links to DES tweets.
  •  Menu button /drop down links to DES on Flickr.
  •  Menu button / drop down links to DES on Google+.
  •  Menu button / drop down links to DES on Pinterest.
  •  Menubutton / drop down links to DES on Scoop.it.
  •  Menu button / drop down links to DES on YouTube.

After download, follow the instructions and it will install in seconds. Contact us if you need any assistance. We hope that you will find our DES Awareness toolbar useful as much as we do.