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
Amy Frank is a Canadian born artist who was diagnosed with Biploar Disorder in 2008 after struggling with depression, psychosis and substance abuse. Amy was encouraged into art school at a very young age and began to excel in her drawings by her early teens. In 2011 Amy launched the website www.amyfrank.ca, a collection of her personal art and creative writing. The website also shares the story of Amy’s journey with substance abuse and bipolar disorder. Currently in 2012 Amy is clean, sober and stable. She works as a professional artist out of her home town, Victoria, British Colombia, Canada. Continue reading
A bit about my work…
Michelle Kelly is a Freelance Illustrator based in Leigh-on-sea, Essex, England. She is 28 years old and living with bipolar II. Inspirations include Tim Burton, Edward Gorey, Grayson Perry, Paula Rego and Francis Bacon.
Using a mixture of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, she creates Illustrations for books, magazines and business, as well as personal illustrations (just because she loves to draw!). Continue reading
Shele Katryna Cox is an artist with bipolar disorder, living in England. She started to draw about two decades ago at the age of five or six, and studied college-level art for a time, though anxiety and panic made it difficult to continue. She has now been married for seven years, having been fortunate enough to have found “my soul mate and best friend in my husband, [who] has seen me at my worst and still stood by me.” She draws primarily in black and white, but has recently been moving more into color. Continue reading