CURRENT SHOWING AT dA CENTER FOR THE ARTS - BEAUTIFUL MINDS 50 PEOPLE – Dan Joyce art


CURRENT SHOWING AT dA CENTER FOR THE ARTS - BEAUTIFUL MINDS 50 PEOPLE WHO HAVE SUFFERED MENTAL ILLNESS

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 50 people who have suffered mental illness

Its Mental Health Awareness month and with research from the National Alliance on Mental Illness I have put together this art show and video portraying 50 known people who have suffered mental illness. To see these beautiful artworks in person they will be showing through May and June at DA Center for the Arts in the arts district of Pomona, California. But why wait? Click the button now and purchase one or more of your most meaningful subjects and have them mailed to you when the exhibit ends July 1, 2020. Being bipolar myself I know the importance of attaining good mental health through psychiatry, therapy, groups and especially my active creation of the arts. The idea of this show is not to belittle those portrayed but to give hope to those who suffer that they can achieve. Each painting is signed unframed 22x30 inches on high quality long lasting Arches paper and Winsor & Newton watercolor paints. They run $100 each and while it will hurt me to break up this series, I can’t wait to get these paintings into caring hands. This is not just art, it is a worthy cause as well.

 

Original signed 22x30 inch unframed  watercolor portraits on 100% cotton high quality watercolor paper. Paintings sell for $100 each. Be sure to identify each selected painting with purchase.


  1. Billy Joel alcohol and depression SOLD
  2. Karen Carpenter anorexia nervosa
  3. Richard Simmons anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa
  4. Kurt Cobain attention deficit disorder and bipolar depression
  5. Mel Gibson bipolar disorder SOLD
  6. Britney Spears bipolar and postnatal depression MISSING
  7. Axl Rose bipolar disorder
  8. Francis Ford Coppola bipolar disorder SOLD
  9. Ludwig van Beethoven bipolar disorder SOLD
  10. Patty Duke bipolar disorder
  11. Abbie Hoffman bipolar disorder (speculated)
  12. Isaac Newton bipolar disorder (suspected) SOLD
  13. Vivien Leigh bipolar disorder after miscarriage
  14. Winston Churchill bipolar disorder; dyslexia SOLD
  15. Catherine zeta jones bipolar II SOLD
  16. Adam Ant (Stuart Goddard) bipolar disorder
  17. Buzz Aldrin clinical depression SOLD
  18. Drew Carey clinical depression 
  19. Ernest Hemingway clinical depression SOLD
  20. Georgia O’Keeffe clinical depression
  21. Sylvia Plath clinical depression
  22. Tennessee Williams clinical depression
  23. Edgar Allan Poe clinical depression (speculated); alcoholism SOLD
  24. Robin Williams clinical depression, learning disability SOLD
  25. Vincent van Gogh clinical depression; bipolar disorder (speculated) SOLD
  26. Charles Dickens clinical depression; bipolar disorder (suspected)
  27. Audrey Hepburn clinical depression; eating disorders SOLD
  28. Leo Tolstoy clinical depression; hypochondriasis; alcoholism; substance abuse
  29. Marilyn Monroe clinical depression/suicide
  30. David Bowie crying but not diagnosed but lots of family mental health issues SOLD
  31. Dick Cavett depression
  32. Roseanne dissociative identity disorder (aka “multiple personality disorder”);

obsessive-compulsive disorder; clinical depression; agoraphobia

  1. Howard Hughes OCD (clinical depression and psychosis both speculated SOLD
  2. Brooke Shields postpartum depression
  3. Abraham Lincoln severe clinical depression SOLD
  4. Frank Sinatra bipolar (speculated)
  5. Hunter S. Thompson substance abuse, suicide
  6. Robert Downey Jr. bipolar disorder
  7. Bill Wilson alcoholism depression SOLD
  8. Plato depression as noted by Aristotle SOLD 
  9. Jonathan Winters bipolar disorder
  10. Janis Joplin bipolar disorder
  11. Michelangelo high functioning autism
  12. Jackson Pollack bipolar disorder
  13. Virginia Woolf bipolar disorder
  14. Allen Ginsberg schizophrenia
  15. Marlon Brando emotional disorders
  16. Terry Bradshaw clinical depression
  17. Daniel Johnston bipolar disorder
  18. Russel Brand bipolar disorder