Austin created the 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 in Houston. His favorite subjects are computers and music.
Christian created this artwork at age 10 at an MDA-sponsored children’s art workshop held June 6, 1992, in Houston. He enjoyed swimming and fishing, and going to MDA summer camp. Christian was interested in ocean liners and maritime history, and went on 10 cruises.
Charles worked for more than 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 proofs.
James created this artwork at age 9 at an MDA-sponsored children’s art workshop held May 13, 1995, at the Glassell Junior School of Art-Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. His favorite school subjects included art and science.
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 attends Bowling Green University.
Ben created this artwork for the 2000 MDA Holiday Wishes card collection. He graduated from Monroe Community College in Rochester, N.Y., with an associate degree in graphic arts and printing. He works as a freelance graphic artist. His hobbies include video games, sporting events and music.
Graham graduated from New Rochelle High School. He used acrylic, oil, pen and ink in his artwork, which has been exhibited in an art gallery in Princeton, N.J. Graham also was commissioned for private and commercial work including an advertisement for the Henry Viscardi School.