Sophie Doleman

Scholarships Closed for Camp 2017

KindTree’s scholarship committee, composed of community advisors, KT Board members and members of the KT Camp team, has awarded all full and partial scholarships for 2017. KindTree was able to support 15 campers and caregivers attend Autism Rocks! Friends and Family Camp because of generous donations by the community to the Riley Campbell Memorial Scholarship Fund.  KindTree thanks our donors!

Donations received after July 15th will begin to accumulate towards scholarship funds for next year’s awards.  Campers who were awarded scholarships for 2017 will not be eligible for full scholarships in 2018, but may still apply for partial assistance.


I am Sophie Doleman, a 16-year-old high school student at Pleasant Hill High School in Oregon. I was diagnosed with HFA/Asperger’s Syndrome two years ago when I first moved to the Eugene area. Art brings me joy and relaxes me at the end of a long day; it is my passion. My favorite medium is digital art, in which I draw using an Intuos 4 and Cintiq Companion pen tablet, and my brushstrokes are transferred to Photoshop and Paint Tool SAI. I also enjoy many other media, including acrylic, pencil, pen, Copic marker, watercolor, pastel, and even some clay. I love exploring new ways to make art, and I take classes at Lane Community College to learn everything I can about the different media. I aspire to be a concept artist, graphic designer, animator, or perhaps an illustrator.

 

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