drawing art Black and White depressed depression pain draw insane satan sadness Demon artistic demons occult depressive insanity occultism the occult

drawing art Black and White depressed depression pain draw insane satan sadness Demon artistic demons occult depressive insanity occultism the occult

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red-lipstick: Sylvie Guillot (French, b. Paris, France) - Emmanuelle huddled up Drawings: Black Chalk and Watercolors

Christopher by Fred Hatt, 2007, aquarelle crayon on paper, 29 1/2 x 19 3/4. Collection the artist.

need this color paper too. as well as those aquarelle crayons. Christopher by Fred Hatt, aquarelle crayon on paper, 29 x 19 Collection the artist.

Vincent van Gogh. Old Man in Sorrow (On the Threshold of Eternity). 1890. oil on canvas.

Vincent van Gogh Final Paintings

Artist: Vincent van Gogh, "Old Man in Sorrow (On the Threshold of Eternity)" 1890

Falling Sketch No. 55 by claralieu.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Clara Lieu ~ “Falling Sketch No. 2013 ““This project is a visualization of personal experience with depression and anxiety. The condition brought on frequent episodes where I felt emotionally and.

This reminds me of the layers of bipolar.

When you feel bad your mind continues to focus on all the parts of your life that seem to not be working. Then you feel even worse. This all continues until you wake up to the fact that your self-image is just a mental idea. It is just a concept

the feeling or not knowing who you are and yet not knowing who you want to be...

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Art of Sishir Bommakanti This could be interpreted as a piece about bipolar

Art of Sishir Bommakanti - makes me wonder if the artist suffered or knew someone who suffered from Bipolar disorder .

NY based artist, Wyatt Mills‘ wild and chaotic...

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NY based artist, Wyatt Mills‘ wild and chaotic. The word that initially springs when I ponder at this creation is PANDEMONIUM. Within this word is the word 'DEMON', the figure within this image looks significantly DEMONIC in my opinion.

This print, in my opinion, interprets the many faces of Bipolar Disorder.

Autism from an adults perspective – “It’s a horrible feeling of vulnerability and helplessness to know that the non-autistic world sees you as seriously impaired”.

Lady Macbeth clearly suffers from a few mental illnesses, one of them being bi polar disorder. This image shows the many faces of someone who is bi polar.

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