Photo submitted Vermilion Community Art Club hosted their first digital live art session on April 3.
Participants prepared a portrait sketch and had the opportunity to use any opaque medium of their choosing.
Meagan Balaneski led the session and said, “I believe that art is really good for mental health and a sense of connection. It helps you tap into an area of pure creativity, and completely disconnect from the stresses of the moment. It’s also a really low-cost activity