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The Light

Painting by Pristina J.

Art: Digital Graphic

Hypomania—Rome Loyola

Art: Jewelry

My Recovery from Depression & Anxiety—Sandra B.

Art: Drawing

Cactus Tree—Kurt von Behrmann Online Gallery 48/288

Art: Painting

Depression—Julianne J.

Art: Painting

Fusion—Chelsea S., Madison, WI

Art: Drawing

Many Moods, Many Colors—Rev. Gretta Dahl Hansing, M.S/M.Ed

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