Together at the Poles

Amy Frank: Drawing


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.

Please enjoy Bipolar Today’s gallery of Michelle’s work below:

2 Responses to Amy Frank: Drawing

  • Bravo to “You” for the posting and to Amy Frank for her great achievements and artwork! It is always encouraging to see people with difficult disorders excel in spite of the challenges of their disorder. I have bipolar disorder myself and I know how difficult bipolar can be to deal with. It is inspiring to see another example of someone with bipolar disorder contributing greatly to the world.

    • I haven’t checked this site until now… Thank you very much for your comment Gerald. I appreciate it :) Please feel free to check out my website http://www.amyfrank.ca, as well as to join my Facebook group. Thank you again for your encouragement and comment. I hope your health is treating you well!

      ~Amy

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