Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)

Untitled - Alex Villareal

Alex created this painting at age 15 at an MDA-sponsored children's art workshop held April 25, 1992, in San Antonio, Texas.  Alex received an art award while in junior high school.

The World in Chaos

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Tomás created this artwork at age 10 in an MDA-sponsored workshop held at the Methodist Hospital in Houston.  He served as MDA’s National Goodwill Ambassador in 1995.  Tomás will complete a master’s degree in theology from the University of St. Thomas in Houston in December 2012.  He enjoys literature and writing.

The Raging River

David attended Clinton Community College in Clinton, Iowa.  He painted for several years and also enjoyed photography.  In high school, David was on the yearbook staff and a member of the National Honor Society.

The Happy Biker

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David drew this picture at age 10 for an MDA fund-raising event held in 1998 in Deadwood, South Dakota, commemorating the 95th anniversary of Harley-Davidson. He enjoyed working on the computer.

The Dancing House

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Alex created this painting at age 8 at an MDA-sponsored children's art workshop at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in June 1994.

The Tree

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Jeff graduated from Johnson Community College with an associate’s degree in graphic design.  This artwork was featured in the 2003 MDA Holiday Wishes card collection.

The Final Frontier

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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.

Untitled - Lee Breidenbach

Lee created this artwork at age 10 at an MDA-sponsored children's art workshop held April 25, 1992, in San Antonio, Texas.  In addition to painting, he enjoyed working on the computer and traveling.

Super K

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Kaalan attends Dekaney High School in Houston.  His favorite subjects are English, art and animal science.  Kaalan drew this artwork based on a hero theme.  He has been drawing pictures since he was a youngster.

Sun Plasma

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Robert has been painting for several years using a mouth brush, his wheelchair wheels and other items to create his works.  He is studying art at Massasoit Community College in Canton as well as working as an assistant teacher of Performing Arts at the Massachusetts Hospital School in Canton.

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