Hey there: My name is Victor and i came to Great River Rescue with my sister Victoria. I am a super sweet guy who wants nothing more than to snuggle with you and play. Yes, I am also handsome and i know this. I know this, because the humans keep telling me over and over and over again. I never get tired of hearing it though. If i sound like your type of guy, please don't hesitate to come and meet me today Love VictorVisit http://www.greatriverrescue.com/adoption-2/ to learn more about our adoption services.
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Trish longed to become her own boss and worked quickly toward that goal. Opening up a studio of her own in 1998, Trish made a name for herself creating art from life for area families. Creating treasured heirloom portraits for her clients makes her stand out from the crowd.
Trish has become an award winning photographer by never sitting back on her heels. She is always finding new and meaningful ways to leave something for future generations to look back on with pride—the driving force behind everything she does. By giving back to others through fundraisers, special events and charity auctions, Trish keeps herself firmly planted in the community. She is honored to have her portraits grace the homes of those she works.
Visit her website to learn more at www.photobytrish.com
Submissions for the contest are due by Saturday.
In 2017 we had 139 volunteers contribute a total of 2,035 logged hours!
work. Diamond leans toward art that pairs unsuspecting images together, often featuring elements of the
natural world in a surreal way. Diamond describes her art as “an exploration of growth. Art, like life, is all
about the process, and not as much about the finished product.
Diamond is self-taught, though she has had a few mentors along the way. She took part in her first art
show at the age of 14 with pencil portraiture at the Jacques Art Center (Aitkin County, MN). This inspired her to explore more opportunities. Diamond found an audience with her pen and pencil illustrations and graphic design work during high school. Diamond began tutoring artists in 2012. In 2013
Diamond accepted an Artist in Residence position at at MacRostie Art Center (Grand Rapids, MN) where
she taught various groups. In late 2013 Diamond accepted a three month long Artist in Residence position
at Old Central School (Grand Rapids, MN). Diamond took her art on the road in the fall of 2014 when she
took an 8 month trip around the western half of the United States.
Diamond has spent much of her time working with adults with different abilities. While teaching at the
MacRostie Art Center Diamond worked with Itasca Life Options, which inspired to bring an art program
to DAC Bemidji. She received a grant to do so in 2016, and helped to facilitate a six month art program.
Diamond continues to paint today while also working as a freelance web designer. She holds a day job as
the Marketing Coordinator | Arts Program Coordinator at Headwaters Music & Arts (Bemidji, MN).
Diamond is currently building a home and studio in the Northwoods. She finds time to create whenever
Submissions for our contest are due by Saturday.