I was looking at the popular projects in the news section and found this very heart-felt project. Basically John Paul Thorton began painting portraits of missing children in 1990, when a young girl he knew was abducted. He was determined to prove that art could deliver an important message. So he's been doing it for twenty years, calling it "Missing Children: Paintings of Hope." I encourage all of you guys to read about it and take part. Let our art make an impact on the world and help children get back home.
Didn't he do that picture of that girl that was recently found?