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  • Art My Outlet | mindyourmind.ca
    get depressed or angry Usually when I am depressed you will notice more dark colors in the art instead of bright vibrant colors When I get angry I use alot of reds oranges and yellows I use symbols from magazines to reflect how I feel and collage them all together then add my own paint and style The images mean that that part of my life is now in the

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  • Sara | mindyourmind.ca
    You are here Home Personal Expression Artwork Sara Sara By Sara youth volunteer Sara is a talented artist from London Ontario who was kind enough to let us post some of her art in our office We love her work with all of its whimsy and charm Was this helpful Yes No Submit Tags in all sections life experience 674 wellness 658 getting help 596 coping 500 self care 357

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  • Calvin Coles: Graffiti Artist | mindyourmind.ca
    by mindyourmind ca You are here Home Personal Expression Artwork Calvin Coles Graffiti Artist Calvin Coles Graffiti Artist By wellness coping stress relief Graffiti only wants to be seen it doesn t need to be understood Check out our interview with Calvin Coles here Was this helpful Yes No Submit Tags in all sections life experience 674 wellness 658 getting help 596 coping 500 self care 357 relationship 335 youth

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  • Framing the Phoenix 2006 | mindyourmind.ca
    and what we dont understand cognition memory those kind of things Those are all things that people with mental illness would be affected by especially memory Do you believe that art can be a coping mechanism a way of dealing with mental illness I think that it is probably one of the best ways to cope with mental illness I know from personal experience when my father died I made myself a painting about it It was extremely hard to do and I did it and I cried and it made me feel better It brought beauty to something that was extremely negative It was something that helped me accept what happened And I think that painting drawing creating artwork or sketching will do that for anyone with mental illness Why did you choose the three paintings to exhibit here Most of my work at this point is cleaning at the Bruce Peninsula but it is also wanting to find a venue where I can really do the art that I want to do It fits in Part of the reason that this picture fits in it comes from a place deep inside that I share with my sister It is very personal it has to do with memory cognition there are a lot of symbols in my work that are about my family the elephant the egg the moon and mars the feather Elephants are in the big picture now because they represent memory Artist bio My name is Christie Davis Amyot and I am participation in this show because my sister Marisia Davis is paranoid schizophrenic Unfortunately she was not able to join us this evening First I would like to thank Trudy Gratto Regional Coordinator of the Schizophrenia Society for inviting me to speak on behalf of the artists participating in this exhibition Rising the Phoenix It is an honor to be included in this way As consumers of mental health and their families it is imperative that we recognize the important of raising awareness and reducing the stigmas associated with mental illness By displaying our art we have shown that we are ready to engage the community in discussion of mental illness to effect change and ultimately to increase awareness for disorders such as schizophrenia bipolar disorder and depression We have come together as an untitled and strong group and have used art as an influential political tool in sending a message to the public We as the mentally ill have experiences to be shared and understood Look around you at these works of art and our messages will unfold Speak to us and learn about our experiences We are sisters brothers mothers fathers grandparents and friends We have suffered abuse loss isolation desperation and lack of dignity We have found joy happiness peace and understanding We are curious and funny tender and kind We are fragile we are brave patient And human I congratulate this group for creation works of art that show a unique

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  • Natalia Fabia | mindyourmind.ca
    canvas Its beautiful and we thank Natalia for allowing us to feature her work on mind your mind You can also try your hand at capturing a moment in your life through art collage photography or through the simple form of doodling You d be surprised where it might lead you Check out her portfolio Biography of Natalia by Miss Jane Hook The art of Natalia Fabia is academic and painterly yet new age and narrative She collages many things into her work such as old 50 s wallpaper beer and liquor labels old punk flyers little kid drawings jewels and anything she finds on the street or in her studio Her paintings are very colorful and lively and there are always hidden treasures to find in their backgrounds Natalia Fabia is of Polish decent even though her name is Italian Her best friend in the world is her father Andrew Fabia also an artist and reproduces antiques Natalia loves to paint people and is influenced by COLORS punk rock music hot chicks and anything that sparkles Her fascination with hookers of all kinds is what fuels the many paintings she does of sultry women in surroundings and alone She

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  • My Window, My World | mindyourmind.ca
    by Tevyn age 10 Warden Woods area With the help of professionals like Rodrigo Moreno Patti Gower Downtown Camera Image Works Rex Digital Imaging Lab youth from Toronto Community Housing are inviting you to take a walk through the world of youth from Toronto Community Housing So take a stroll and see how Photography can make someone who they are Take a walk through their world Was this helpful Yes

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  • Diptych | mindyourmind.ca
    Lethbridge in Alberta At the time I was producing a series of digital prints that focused on religious undercurrents that I was dealing with while living in Southern Alberta The piece incorporates the use of everyday objects specifically the halo s made from photos of the blue flame from a gas stove burner and scans of 3 D objects like the rope and nail seen in each frame Myles Was

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  • Masks | mindyourmind.ca
    Mental Illnesses Interactives Personal Expression Interviews Get Involved About Subscribe to newsletter updates Tweets by mindyourmind ca You are here Home Personal Expression Artwork Masks Masks By wellness coping Was this helpful Yes No Submit Tags in all sections life experience 674 wellness 658 getting help 596 coping 500 self care 357 relationship 335 youth 328 stigma 287 mood disorder 260 behaviour 240 awareness 235 depression 234 More Share mind

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