Cache Valley Chapter members spent the day, Saturday, August 6, 2016, on their first organized urban sketching outing, thanks to new CVC member Margaret Pettis, who organized the event. The focus was Logan's spectacular National Register historic district, made extra special by the morning sunlight and cool breezes. The idea is to move about an area sketching as many subjects as possible in the allotted time, then comparing the results with the group. For info on SketchCrawlers, an international group of sketchers, see www.sketchcrawl.com.
|Phil Harrison (CVC president, 2016–2017) was attracted to the morning light on the porch of this gem.|
|Andi Jorgensen talks about her effort at the group's critique session.|
|Eiko Anderson takes a momment to show her work in progress.|
|Brenda Brunello found beauty in a gateway.|
|The group met mid-day to show off their works.|
|Margaret Pettis (left) talks about her sketch at the end of the afternoon session.|
|Dianne Siegfreid shows off one of her efforts.|