We Support Artists with Mental Illness

Customer partnerships raise awareness and brighten desktops

Artwork on our website and our client login page is offered in partnership with two great organizations: People Incorporated’s Artability program and RESOURCE’s Spectrum ArtWorks. We share a common commitment to help destigmatize mental illness.  We hope that the wonderful artwork we share from these artists brings joy and beauty to your day!

Artability

People Incorporated’s Artability program is an annual celebration of the creativity and contributions of people with mental illnesses to our community. Artability is vital to the work of People Incorporated in helping individuals living with mental illnesses to work to achieve their goals for living independent and enriched lives. The show is a source of inspiration and pride for the area’s mental health community and encourages artists to explore their interests, share their love of art, and gain confidence in their skills.

For More Information

For further information, please contact:

Cathy Braaten
Annual Fund and Special Events Manager
People Incorporated Mental Health Services
651-288-3532 | cathy.braaten@peopleincorporated.org

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Bright Rain Drops

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Colleen Kahn

Courtesy of Artability

Flowers of the Spring

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Karen Wood

Courtesy of Artability

Lake

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M. Berge

Courtesy of Artability

Henry the Sea Turtle

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Jill Lynneness

Courtesy of Artability

After the Storm

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C. Graber

Courtesy of Artability

Sleeping Beauty

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Molly Corrick

Courtesy of Artability

Made By God

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Dunji Diago

Courtesy of Artability

Hay Time

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Jane Amundson

Courtesy of Artability

Confetti

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Susan Staffon

Courtesy of Artability

Double Images

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Mike Conroy

Courtesy of Artability

Transcendance

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Amber Fenske

Courtesy of Artability

Jagged Edge

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Coal

Courtesy of Artability

Spectrum Artworks

Spectrum ArtWorks is a non-profit visual art program in the heart of Minneapolis that provides studio space and community for artists living with a mental illness.  In addition to producing amazing art, Spectrum ArtWorks Artists work to educate the public and break down stigma. Spectrum ArtWorks is a program of RESOURCE.

For More Information

For further information on the program with links to their blog, Flickr page, and Facebook page, or to request a tour, please visit Spectrum ArtWorks or contact:

Jes Reyes, MA
Arts Specialist
RESOURCE Chemical and Mental Health
612-752-8282 | jreyes@resource-mn.org

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Better Together

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Dunji Diego

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Untitled

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James E. Sjolin

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Outside by the Lake

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Wallace R. White

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Pink Scarf Lady

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Julia C. Spencer

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Mi Casa es Su Casa

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Faye Buffington-Howell

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Fall Trees

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Cecile Bellamy

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Autumn Trees

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Peter F. Hinze

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

The White Buffalo

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Kandace Krause

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Jennifer’s Bliss

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Ashley Adams

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Watercolor Iris

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cynTHIA

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks

Butterfly on a Flower

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Samuel L.

Courtesy of Spectrum ArtWorks