On Wednesday 20 April, a group of SASA artists, joined by some from Constantiaberg Art Society, were led by Linda Howe-Ely on a sketching hike to the Silvermine Dam.
The weather was glorious and artists were spoiled for choice with the beautiful surroundings, offering picturesque compositions, whichever way we turned.
The warm breeze and calm water lent a wonderful, peaceful atmosphere, which made us all reluctant to leave. It was only when an approaching cold front made it’s presence felt around lunch-time, that we were finally forced to call it a day.
This was a very pleasurable and satisfying end to the “plein air season” and we all look forward to next Summer, with the promise of more such outings to come.