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romanee


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Posted Thu Sep 22nd, 2011 3:15pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I have some drawings that I really must post there nothing special, but there different like myself. There my hospital art. I will post them in the next couple of days.


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Vampyros


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Posted Sun Sep 25th, 2011 8:25pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

Looking forward to it. Art can go in the book as well. You know the address just forward anything you would like included.

Vx

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romanee


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Posted Sun Sep 25th, 2011 11:46pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I need to get to my mum's so I can scan them. They might be of interest to the book because they were done in hospital, and abit weird, and wonderful like myself.


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Vampyros


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Posted Tue Sep 27th, 2011 3:59pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I like wierd i find it wonderful
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alfredo3


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Posted Wed Sep 28th, 2011 2:43am Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

These are wonderful works of art. I am also and artist, both a visual artist and a musician who suffers with bipolar II. Here is a link to some of my paintings:

http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/three-o.....edo-zotti/

and you will find links to some of my other art and writings. Happy to share my art with all of you. I don't make money from my art. I exist on a moderate wage and I create because I enjoy the creative process and I feel that this creative process is better used to help people rather than make money. But this is my personal choice.

Here are some links to my other works and writings:

http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/piano-scapes/

http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/03/13/mind-bo.....ok-review/

http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/302/

http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/perform.....-problems/

http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/07/21/creativ.....elligence/

And many thanks to Stephen Fry for his desire to help people who suffer with bipolar disorder. I am sure that he is a wonderful man who has a heart of gold. Thank you Mr Fry. You effort and dedication are much appreciated. I believe that two things matter in life: what we take with us when we die; and what we leave in the hearts of others; all the rest is monopoly money. I too suffer with moods and the more I help people, the more I am able to love people and life and the more I am able to control my symptoms. Love is everything.

I know how to fall asleep...
I am learning how to fall awake...

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Vampyros


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Posted Wed Sep 28th, 2011 4:13pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

Alfredo, great stuff are you willing to publish any of it in a charity book (we are working on a book "Purple Girl" as a tribute to Katy-Sara all proceeds going to Equilibirum) you would be full accredited but no money, everyone is offering their work and time free Gratis. MrCartoonGuy has designed the cover.

No problem if for some reason you are not comfortable with donating your work, no pressure although there is a tight timeline all last minute work neeeds to be with me by Thursday 30th September 2011.

Thanks,
Vx

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MrCartoonguy


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Posted Wed Sep 28th, 2011 6:33pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

You're a great artist alfredo3

Reality is contigent; the only permanent concept in the multiverse is change - death. We are born into it and it follows us.

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Vampyros


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Posted Wed Sep 28th, 2011 9:22pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

Hi Praise indeed from MR CG
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alfredo3


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Posted Sun Oct 16th, 2011 7:21pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I am currently making a home movie about my art and me as an artist. It is interesting to see myself as I am involved in the creative process. It is not vanity but mostly curiosity, wanting to capture the creative moment. At times I feel that, watching myself paint, there are things I still don't know about myself and my art. In this section of the silent movie I am adding the finishing touches to my painting titled "The Colors of Emotions". Here is the the link to a small part of the movie that, inspired by Stephen Fry's documentary "the secret life of the manic depressive", I have called "the secret life of the artist".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwPzDvn2lpo

I know how to fall asleep...
I am learning how to fall awake...

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alfredo3


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Posted Tue Oct 18th, 2011 9:55am Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

This is a link to my painting titled: Inside Depression: http://alfredo123.wordpress.com/2011/10/18/paintin.....otti-2011/

I know how to fall asleep...
I am learning how to fall awake...

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Vampyros


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Posted Sun Oct 23rd, 2011 12:17am Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

Really love it.

I love talented people they overwhelm me, in a good way.

Vx

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MrCartoonguy


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Posted Sun Nov 6th, 2011 12:29pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I am trying to sell some work! First ones ever to go on EBAY!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Artwork-PaGe-/3306362530.....4cfb74d765

Reality is contigent; the only permanent concept in the multiverse is change - death. We are born into it and it follows us.

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Vengeful_Fred


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Posted Sat Nov 12th, 2011 2:04am Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

great work alfredo and mrcartoonguy. Mrcartoonguy I especially like the painting you did that has a face and scary smile.


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joyceh


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Posted Tue Nov 29th, 2011 4:58pm Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I Love the art here, and would like to encourage people to look at another artist, Katie Elliott - a musician and community worker who lives with bi-polar and has followed through with a magical project in Wooton-under-Edge. Go to http://www.meetmeinwinter.org/ to get the story behind this. Go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG6xGcsDSwQ to hear about Katie's personal experience of bi polar. She is truly amazing.


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MrCartoonguy


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Posted Sat Dec 3rd, 2011 11:19am Post subject: Art and manic depression/bipolar

I am going to try and sell more work now.

Reality is contigent; the only permanent concept in the multiverse is change - death. We are born into it and it follows us.

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