NARSAD Artworks

NARSAD Artworks

Doris was a 4.0 college student who majored in international relations. She taught piano and began painting when she was 25. At age 46, she was diagnosed with manic-depression.

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Ruth grew up in a large family and was the middle child of seven. Communicating was always difficult for her.  She painted in order to articulate some of her thoughts and emotions and was given positive reinforcement from her parents.

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“I was painting before I was even speaking. When I was very young I knew that I wanted to attend L’École des Beaux Arts of Montréal.

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Deenalynn Sackman resides in Seattle, Washington. She came to find NARSAD Artworks in a funny way, as she describes it.

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Her sister writes: “Anna suffered from mental illness for many years – schizophrenia in particular. Painting proved to be an emotional release and provided her with a sense of worth and purpose.

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