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Summer Camp in the City

"Summer Camp in the City" was created by 60 youngsters attending an MDA sponsored summer camp in Center Moriches, N.Y., in August of 1999.  The 4' x 6' masterpiece was completed in several hours under the guidence of Charles Fazzino, a world renowned 3-D pop artist.  The campers named their favorite New York City attractions which Fazzino then created.  The campers drew self-portraits for inclusion in the mural and helped color some of the work.

Rollin Round Wyoming 2

"Rollin' Round Wyoming" was created by Wyoming youngsters at the 2001 MDA Colorado/Wyoming Summer Camp.  Specially designed harnesses were attached to the campers's wheelchairs and they cut shapes out of ofam and fastened them to their harnesses.  Paint poured into barrels joined to the harnesses allowed campers to roll interesting shapes onto a huge piece of poster board taped to the ground.

Rollin Round Wyoming

"Rollin' Round Wyoming" was created by Wyoming youngsters at the 2001 MDA Colorado/Wyoming Summer Camp.  Specially designed harnesses were attached to the campers's wheelchairs and they cut shapes out of ofam and fastened them to their harnesses.  Paint poured into barrels joined to the harnesses allowed campers to roll interesting shapes onto a huge piece of poster board taped to the ground.

4 Pottery Vases

These four vases were created at the 1996 MDA Summer Camp help in June at Camp Shadow Pines in Heber, Arizona.  During the weeklong session, 62 Campers participated in the project with the assistance of Kurt Brill, a professional sculptor from Tucson.  Each vase features individual children's handprints and names.

La Wall Mural

This work of art was created by 14 youngsters at a children's art workshop held in July 1992, at the Otis Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles, California.

Its Wheely Art II

"It's Wheely Art!" was painted by children at the 1995 MDA Summer camp held in Guthrie, OK.  White sheets and tempera paints were the medium for children to express themselves artistically using their hands, feet or wheelchairs.

Its Wheely Art

"It's Wheely Art!" was painted by children at the 1995 MDA Summer camp held in Guthrie, OK.  White sheets and tempera paints were the medium for children to express themselves artistically using their hands, feet or wheelchairs.

Girls Weaving

This multimedia weaving incorporates ribbons, belts and bows.  It was created at an MDA sponsored children's art workshop held in June, 1993, at the Indianapolis Children's Museum.

Four Puppets

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These puppets were created in a children's art workshop held in November 1992, in Des Moines, Iowa by four youngsters.  The puppets are mixed media works in papier mache and fabric.

5 Masks

5 youngsters, aged 11 each created their own mask at an MDA sponsored art workshop held in October 1993, at the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

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