MARIO LINHARES (Lisbon) studied at the Artistic School António Arroio. Holds a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Design, an academic graduation in Equipment Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon, and a master’s degree in Visual Arts Education. Draws compulsively and idealizes artistic and humanitarian projects. Is married, has one child, and draws on the sketchbooks his wife makes. Enjoys walking, taking public transportation and discussing ideas with friends. He hosts his personal blog: http://hakunamatatayeto.blogspot.com and coordinates the collective blog Urban Sketchers Portugal.
http://brehmsketch.blogspot.com. Matthew's work can also be seen at http://www.flickr.com/photos/mtbrehm/.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/virginiaworksonlocation/ and at http://worksinprogress-location.blogspot.com/
onedrawingaday.com and her own blog, veronicalawlor.com. Her portfolio can be seen at www.studio1482.com/veronica.
DrawingViterbo.Blogspot.com. Fred's drawings can be seen at http://fredlynch.tumblr.com.
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JAMES RICHARDS is an urban designer, sketchbook artist, writer and educator in Fort Worth, Texas. He is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at The University of Texas at Arlington, co-founder of the urban design firm TOWNSCAPE, Inc, and a member of the Board of Directors of the global non-profit Urban Sketchers. Blog
GAIL WONG is a registered architect in Seattle, WA. She maintains her own architectural practice and consults as an architectural illustrator. In addition to her professional work, she teaches architectural design drawing and architectural sketching at the University of Washington. She is the blog administrator and coordinator for Seattle Urban Sketchers. You can see Gail's work at http://seattle.urbansketchers.org/ and on her own blog at http://glwsketchworks.blogspot.com/.
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GABRIEL CAMPANARIO, the founder of Urban Sketchers and author of The Art of Urban Sketching, has a masters degree in journalism and more than two decades of experience working in newspapers in Spain, Portugal and the United States. He currently works as a staff artist at The Seattle Times, where he publishes the award-winning weekly column Seattle Sketcher (http://seattletimes.com/seattlesketcher). Blog | Flickr | Twitter | Facebook