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Art: Facing Bipolar Disorder 2nd Place

Artist: Robert Munns, Fillmore, CA • Title: “Bipolar Face”

Art: Facing Bipolar Disorder 3rd Place

Artist: Mike L., Los Angeles, CA • Untitled

Art: Facing Depression 1st Place

Artist: Dawn Smith, Mariposa, CA • Untitled

Art: Facing Depression 2nd Place

Artist: Dean Kendrick, Evanston, IL • Title: “Dreadbeard”

Art: Facing Depression 3rd Place

Artist: Derin Dobra, Los Angeles, CA • Untitled

Art: Facing Recovery 1st Place

Artist: Christoper Wayne Grigsby, Mount Sterling, OH • Untitled

Art: Facing Recovery 2nd Place

Artist: Lauren Gregarczyk, Middletown, RI • Untitled

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