Monthly Archives: May 2013
I was in the USAF when trouble began to brew for me. After being discharged from the USAF in ’95, I was having great difficulties maintaining a job. My life was a roller coaster and I almost lost the love… Continue reading
Alex Petersen is an artist living and working in Portland, Oregon. Being raised with a mother who was also an artist and teacher, art has long been a defining part of her life.
Alex works with encaustic over pen and… Continue reading
The idea that mental illness and divine inspiration are connected is extremely old, going back into the very roots of the roots of our language. “Mania” itself is a Greek term that Plato hypothesized is connected to the word “mantikē”… Continue reading
This is the second part of Ben Graebner’s new gallery. His work spans both the figurative and the abstract, and this gallery consists of his abstract works from the past year. The first half consisted his figurative works, and can… Continue reading
Benjamin Graebner was the first artist ever to display his work on Bipolar Village. Today, we are happy to present another of his galleries, this time featuring his figurative works. Ben originally from Colorado, and graduated from Ave Maria… Continue reading