About Cesarean Art

A collection of images about the side effects of the cesarean epidemic. These are digital images, I don’t sell or otherwise distribute them except for on this website.


7 Responses to About Cesarean Art

  1. SW says:

    Wow. All of your artwork captures the feelings after a cesarean perfectly. It’s like all my emotions and memories come to life.

  2. Kate Austin-Avon says:

    I remember your artwork from about 5 years ago when my friend’s baby was born. So powerful. I’m now 7 months pregnant with my first child and looked you up again. I noticed cesarean-art.com is not up any longer but I’m glad I found you here.

    You had some beautiful nursing images too, didn’t you? Do you have a website for that?

  3. Kelly says:

    Wow- I’m so glad I found you here. I saw cesarean-art.com right after I had my baby almost 5 years ago, and it rung so true. I was sad when I couldn’t find the images again a few months later, and so thrilled to see them back here!

  4. Kat says:

    Thank you so much for your bravery and honesty! These images are incredible.

  5. So true. I have never felt the same. I felt better 37wks pregnant with 8lb twins until my c-section.

  6. Hello, I am an Associate Prof. of Art at ASU. I too have made artwork about my labor and delivery experience (forrestsolis.com) and I am currently working on multi-media art project titled Creative Push. The project collects women’s experiences of labor and delivery and presents them in an audio archive and artists are invited to produce and contribute artwork on the topic of labor and delivery. Creative Push establishes a space for women to share their birth stories and engages the public through art exhibitions, a publication, and a curated online exhibition. I would love to talk with you further about your work. Please contact me at Forrest.Solis@asu.edu

  7. Elizabeth Aviles says:

    Hello I am a midwifery student -will become a Certified Nurse Midwife-and very interested in helping reduce the US cesarean epidemic after reading books such as “Pushed” and “Silent knife” . I am currently needing some art work for a school presentation but I will need to credit source of images. I would love permission to use some of these images, they are perfect. Can you please help me by telling me how to get permission for images used and who to credit? THanks

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