Presented by the Border Region Behavioral Health Center the artwork was created by participants in Shira De Llano Art in Health Program.
Under the direction of Paty Orduna, the Shira de Llano Art in Health Program has been utilizing art as a therapeautic tool for healing for 9 years. The students produced an array of artwork that provides alternatives for self-expression and creativity far beyond their own expectations. In the process, individuals increase their self-esteem, improve their quality of life and take great pride in their creations.
Proceeds from the sale of the art go to the artists as well as the continuation of the Shira De Llano Art in Health Program.