The artwork of Mindy Page Dorris is especially designed for the
Autism Treatment Center and will grace the cover of the
26th Annual Roundup for Autism Program in September 2014
Mindy Page Dorris
Her unique works grace the walls of art enthusiasts across the country. And now, in her 19th year in association with the Autism Treatment Center, Mindy Page Dorris has again created on canvas a another tribute to the children of the Autism Treatment Center.
Educated at the renowned Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., Mindy learned how the masters completed their works. Her extensive studies also took her to Leeds Polytechnic University in Yorkshire, England, where she completed intensive color theory for painting. As she grew in her education and training, she also grew in her dedication to offering her talents toward worthy community endeavors.
“Each year, as I strive to improve my personal skills as an artist, I am assured that the Autism Treatment Center evokes the same dedication in reaching to more and more children with special needs.” Mindy is known for her bold use of light, color and texture in works that are meant to involve a special mood or capture a personal experience frozen in time. The paintings that she has created to benefit the Roundup for Autism, achieve both.
“Having been involved with the Roundup now for eighteen years, I look forward to sharing my God-given talents for the benefit of others. It is a genuine pleasure to serve the needs of the Autism Treatment Center through the expression of my art. By God’s direction and friendship with Anna Hundley, the Executive Director of the Center, I found a satisfying area of service in which I could make a difference.”
The Autism Treatment Center wishes to thank Melinda for her beautiful contribution.