KEY III

WHAT TO SKETCH: PLACES

Landscapes and cityscapes are words that make us think of sweeping vistas and detailed scenes. But capturing a sense of place does not always have to be grand. Sometimes the smallest little corner of a scene holds more meaning than the big view.

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Richard Briggs is interested in the spaces between buildings. In the narrowest of spaces, he searches out and sketches snippets of life.

RICHARD BRIGGS

But Where Are You Flying to?

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As Fred Lynch traces his family’s history, he searches ...

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