Who we are & why we are

Welcome to the gallery site of Broken Light Collective. We are artists of all levels and abilities who are affected by mental illness. We create and we share our work for the therapeutic benefits to us, as well as others who may be struggling and feeling scared and alone. Together we can move from disconnected to collective.

Photo taken by contributor Kyle Anderson, a man from Saskatchewan, Canada. Kyle is a 41-year-old health care professional who has battled depression and addiction for most of his life. He escapes by letting the camera become his mind’s eye, and hopes that each photo he takes allows others to see the world as he sees it, even for a split second.

About this photo: “I call this submission ‘the Lights of Love’, not just because it was taken on Valentine’s Day, but because it show us that even in the darkest of night our lights can shine in heavenly beauty.”


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6 responses to “The Lights of Love”

  1. kmanderson11 Avatar

    Reblogged this on K.M. Anderson.


  2. cattan2011 Avatar

    superb capture and I know how hard it is to fight the depression as I had it so bad that by going to see an exhibition of an Pakistan artist’s work and it gave such a strong impact that lifted me out of my depression. Well Done my friend and keep it up the good work…. Thanks for sharing

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  3. kate1975 Avatar

    Wow! I love this so much.



  4. lorinda41 Avatar

    Fantastic work- absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing- inspirational


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