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© 2018 by Christina M. Wilmes, Peace in Artworks. Proudly created with Wix.com

Why Care???




Can Move Mountains

My Art Consists of Photography,
Paintings &
Poetry all to 
Mental Health  &
Suicide Awareness
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Be a Pineapple, Stay  Sweet and wear a Crown!

Collection of Poetry  

 now available on Amazon.com, click the book cover for the link

Why I Love Art 

Many are affected by mental illness,

left to feel guilty, alone, and scared.

Through my artwork, I find peace from my

mental illness & I share with you, with hopes that you too can find an avenue.  Living with Bipolar is not easy,

but I take each day and I survive. 

You CAN TOO!!!

 I hope you too find the

Peace within the Art . 


If you like a piece, Contact Me.

A portion of all sales is given back to

Mental Health Awareness in my

personal effort to help advocate

against the Negativity

surrounding Mental Illness.

Organizations I have Support


Alzheimer's Association

Project Semicolon

Buddy Project

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Got Your Six Support Dogs for Veteran's

Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis

"Your illness does not define you.

Your strength and courage does."


Think of Anxiety as a Pot of water. 

On the stove, it is just simmering. 

As the water heats,  it get anxious. 

(Anxiety Disorder) 

If the temperature gets to hot,

it will boil over.

(Panic Attack)

This Day...This Moment...This Breath...

"Nothing is more beautiful than a smile

that has struggled through tears."  ~Demi Lovato


We come to life's crossroads

and we view what we think is the end.

But God has a much wider vision

and He knows it's only a bend -

The road will go on and get smoother

and after we've stopped to rest,

The path that lies hidden beyond us

Is often the path that is best.

So rest and relax and grow stronger,

Let Go and Let God share your load

and have faith in a brighter tomorrow.

You've just come to 

A Bend in the Road

 ~Helen Steiner Rice