Tag Archives: Richard Johnson

When you say you feel uncomfortable sketching in public . . .

I’ve made a new friend, Richard Johnson.  He is an Urban Sketcher, an artist, a husband, a dad, and a reporter for the Washington Post.  I am awed at what he does, both where he does it and his fabulous … Continue reading

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What Artists Can Do: Homeless Veterans (Washington Post)

This is an amazing and touching article in the Washington Post, which I came by via one of the artists, Richard Johnson.  Drawing The World Together Once we were soldiers They are only translucent distorted shadows of the soldiers, marines, … Continue reading

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