Charles worked over 300 hours to complete this drawing. The Reed family has been farming in Gibson County, Tenn., since 1867 and Charles wanted to capture his family’s busy and productive corn harvest season of 1994. This lithograph is #20 of 50 artist’s proofs.
Jeff created this drawing at age 16 as a school project while a student at Shawnee Mission South High School. He collects hats, enjoys working on his computer and graduated from Johnson Community College with an associate’s degree in graphic design.
Chad created this artwork at age 9 at an MDA-sponsored children’s art workshop held in Fort Wayne, in November, 1997. He enjoys computer graphics and engineering classes and hopes to major in aerospace engineering in college.
Chad created this artwork at age 10 at an MDA-sponsored art workshop and it was featured in the 1999 MDA Holiday Wishes card collection. He enjoys computer graphics and engineering classes and hopes to major in aerospace engineering in college.
Austin created this artwork at age 8 at an MDA-sponsored children's art workshop held May 13, 1995, at the Glassell Junior School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. His favorite subjects are computers and music.
Peter created this artwork at age 11 and donated artwork for many years for use on local MDA awards. In 1999 one of his holiday drawings was featured on a card distributed by MDA national sponsor Harley-Davidson. He also served as the 1994 Minnesota State Goodwill Ambassador.
Ryan created this artwork at age 11 at an MDA-sponsored summer camp. Marbles were coated with paint and then rolled around on paper to create this unique design. He graduated from high school with honors and is attending Bowling Green University majoring in sport management with a minor in journalism.