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PHOTO GALLERY: See Me, Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch 2015

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PHOTO GALLERY: See Me, Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch 2015 See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.
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See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

TweetFacebook See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, BlacktownSee Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch at Max Webber Library, Blacktown. Pictures: Isabella LettiniThefirst western Sydney See Me, Hear Me exhibition displaying the talents of Blacktown people who live with mental illness opened last Tuesday.

“We are excited to have 25 entries for our first exhibition in Blacktown, which include some stunning works by local artists,” Anne Maree O’Neill, See Me, Hear Me manager at The Benevolent Society, said.

“Our hope is that visitors gain a greater understanding of their fellow local residents who live with mental illness.”

The exhibition featured guest speaker, Sue, a consumer and local artist, who spoke about her experience with mental illness and the role that art has played in her recovery.

“There was a lot of nerves and anxiety because my art work was very important to me in my journey to managing my mental health,” she said at her first art workshop.

“I had to challenge my negative thoughts and the art work is about having control over my life.

Sue said she started exploring art as a journey through the unknown but it gradually led her to a way of expressing herself.

“I had a particular idea that I wanted to explore and somehow put it into an art work . . . but I really had no idea how to get it out of my head and onto the canvas. Time flew and I left with a clear direction .”

The exhibition is at the Max Webber Library, Blacktown, until December 10.

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