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  • KC artist Scribe balances his two artistic worlds

    Donald J. Ross, a Kansas City artist who signs his artwork with the name, "Scribe," describes balancing his two artistic endeavors: a staff artist at Children's Mercy Hospital and a street artist who's work appears throughout much of downtown.

Donald J. Ross, a Kansas City artist who signs his artwork with the name, "Scribe," describes balancing his two artistic endeavors: a staff artist at Children's Mercy Hospital and a street artist who's work appears throughout much of downtown. Monty Davis and David Frese The Kansas City Star
Donald J. Ross, a Kansas City artist who signs his artwork with the name, "Scribe," describes balancing his two artistic endeavors: a staff artist at Children's Mercy Hospital and a street artist who's work appears throughout much of downtown. Monty Davis and David Frese The Kansas City Star

How Scribe — graffiti artist, hospital artist — has made his mark on Kansas City

December 02, 2016 8:49 AM