Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy (MMD)

Untitled - Carol Bruins

Artist: 

Carol created this artwork at an MDA-sponsored art workshop held August 13, 1992, in Providence.  Her hobbies include reading, swimming, and bike riding.

Itchy Ear

Sarah created this artwork at age 13.  She enjoys MDA summer camp and taking voice lessons.  Sarah is serving as the 2002 MDA State Goodwill Ambassador for North Dakota.

Grandpas Pride

Lacy began painting in elementary school and has continued to enjoy creating artwork.  Her works have received awards in the Stanton Art Show.  Lacy is studying art, photography and illustration at Bismarck State College.  Her other interests include fishing, camping and reading.

Discovering Gold

Elizabeth earned a degree in graphic art from San Diego State University. She first specialized in printmaking and received numerous awards for her works, including Best of Show. In 1990, Beth began working in watermedia, and she frequently had works in juried exhibitions. Her husband, Mike, also has paintings in the MDA Art Collection.

Conch Shell at Beach 1

Pamela was drawing and painting all her life.  She received both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in education.  Her works have been shown in local juried shows at the Lee Memorial Hospital.

Conch Shell at Beach 2

Pamela was drawing and painting all her life.  She receuved both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in education.  Her works have been shown in local juried shows at the Lee Memorial Hospital.

End of the Line

Artist: 

A life-long artist, Lee has exhibited artwork and won awards both locally and in Germany.  She has a bachelor’s degree in education and teaches art at a local studio.  Lee is a member of the Virginia Watercolor Society and The League of Roanoke Artists.

At the Barre

Artist: 

A life-long artist, Lee has exhibited artwork and won awards both locally and in Germany.  She has a bachelor’s degree in education and teaches art at a local studio.  Lee is a member of the Virginia Watercolor Society and The League of Roanoke Artists.

A Night Sky At Sea

Lynda created this artwork at age 14 in an MDA-sponsored children's art workshop held at the Detroit Institute of Art.  She attended Farmington High School where she enjoyed history and music.

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