Charles Ritchie's drawings and sketchbooks find inspiration in the artist's home, using watercolor and graphite to investigate images in series. The artist's journals have tracked his dreams and creative process steadily since 1977.
The Language of Line, Neptune Fine Art, Washington, DC, group drawing exhibition, 2 May to 27 June 2015.
A Muse and a Maze: Writing as Puzzle, Mystery, and Magic, a book by Peter Turchi published in November 2014 by Trinity University Press includes nine illustrations of works by Charles Ritchie.
Works in Progress by Charles Ritchie, 8 June 2015
John Post Lee and Karin Bravin, BravinLee programs on Twitter
What is a Perceptual Painter? 2 June 2014
Charles U. Zug, Capital Gazette
In the Galleries: From the Everyday to the Fantastic, 29 May 2015
Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post
The Louis-Dreyfus Family Collection, 9 March 2015
On-line catalogue, ld-collection.org
A gallery’s worth of music, and it’s all free, 5 March 2015
Anne Midgette, The Washington Post