Art sessions help people affected by suicide find comfort
August 31, 2017
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Brad Davis leaned over the box of pastels and asked what colors go with anger.
Two women sculpting clay nearby suggested red, orange and maybe yellow. The fiery-colored pastels rasped across his sketching paper as Davis set to work. Others drew with pencils, crayons and charcoal at tables in the studio at Art 321 earlier this month. A few spun clay mounds into pots at a pottery wheel.
People filled the art studio for the nonprofit's Healing through Art sessions, which are open to anyone affected by suicide or other mental health issues. People dropped in for the free,...