Join the London Urban Sketchers for a sketchcrawl in and around Greenwich on Saturday 20th August. Meet at 11.00 am under the bows of the Cutty Sark. We'll meet up again there at 1.00pm, when, if you are feeling intrepid, you can join a group and walk under the Thames via the foot tunnel to sketch the view of Greenwich from Island Gardens. The final meet up is at 3.30pm, under the bows of the Cutty Sark again, to take a look at the sketches from the day and take a group photograph.
Maritime Greenwich is a World Heritage Site so lots of great architecture to draw including the Old Naval College and the Queen's House. Also great views of the Thames in both directions and as it's a busy spot for tourists, lots of people too. It's worth walking up the hill to the Royal Observatory for a fantastic view over London. There is free entry to the Maritime Museum which also has a cafe and toilets.
Free event, all abilities welcome, just bring your own art materials.
For more information, visit the London Urban Sketchers blog, Facebook page or follow on Twitter @UrbSketchLondon.
The meeting point throughout the day is under the bows of the Cutty Sark.
Starting at 11 am, then 1 pm and finally at 3.30 pm.