Trevor created this artwork at age 16 at a 1991 art workshop at MDA’s Wonderland Camp in Camp Lake, Wis. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison in 1998 with a double major in English and psychology.
Danielle won awards for her artwork in high school and is currently studying graphic design at the International Academy of Design & Technology. She has created banners for the local MDA summer camp. Along with painting, Danielle also enjoys other arts and crafts, and playing cards.
Renée is a behavioral therapist and education tutor. She has degrees in liberal studies and early childhood education. Her interests include creating greeting cards, breeding and showing Persian cats and spending time with children.
Elsha created this artwork at age 15. She graduated first in her class from Northridge High School in Layton. Elsha is no longer able to paint due to weakness in her arms. Previously, she would lie on her side, using her left arm to support her right arm and hand as she painted.
Mackenzie completed fifth grade at Spring Branch School in Houston. One of her favorite activities was the Houston MDA summer camp each year, and she enjoyed drawing. This work of art was created in an MDA-sponsored children’s art workshop held June 6, 1992, in Houston.