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Urban Sketching - in conjunction with Leeton Sunrice Festival

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Looking to try something new in art and have fun along the way? Urban sketching may be the thing for you. Come along and have a go, maybe invite a friend for twice the fun! With no experience required it is the ideal way to spend a couple of hours immersed in the moment.

Art Deco Arts is a new local organisation, and we invite interested sketchers to join us in capturing the charm of Leeton's beautiful Art Deco Buildings. We will meet outside the iconic Hydro Hotel building to sketch your impressions, with 2 hours to immerse yourself in the live experience with some guidance provided. This informal sketching gathering is for all skill levels and provides everyone with an opportunity to capture the beauty of Leeton's urban landscape.  

Sketching can be seen as a perfect pathway to art, used for relaxation or a nice way to enhance your already established art skills. A few tips to consider: Keep it simple. The purpose is to get out and about, with other like-minded sketchers, enjoy yourself and capture your vision of the subject. Materials should be simple too - a small size sketch book, graphite pencil and an eraser are all that is required. The choice is yours, nothing is right, wrong or off limits. Remember the sketch need not be perfect, it is only for your enjoyment. You will have an enjoyable time spent in the outdoors with friends in art.

Bring your own favourite materials, sun protection, water, snacks and a comfy chair. Participants that sign up will also receive a more detailed 'how to' on ways to approach a sketch, to ensure everyone has the best tips and tricks to start their sketching experience.

Date and time is Sunday, March 31 9:00 to 11:00am, Meeting at the Hydro Hotel, Leeton. See you there!

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