My image reflects the work of the 15th and 16th century Renaissance period of art, during the Middle Age's transition to modernity.  I use this period of art to represent the continuing 21st century transitional understanding of bipolar disorder.  What originated as a stigma-infused, antiquated manic-depressive descriptor has developed into a more sound understanding of  a medical and neurochemically-based mood disorder.

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