2011년 10월 16일 일요일

33rd Sketchcrawl at Deoksugung Palace, Seoul

Seokjeojeon undergoing restoration, pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

Junghwajeon, pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

Junmeongdang and Jeukjodang, pencil and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

Seoul City Hall under construction, beyond Deokhongjeon, pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

Seokjeojeon and Junmeongdang, oil pen, 24.3 x 35cm

Seogeodang, pen and soft pastel, 21 x 29.5cm

Junghwamun and the surrounding buildings, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm

                     Seokjeojeon and the surrounding buildings, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm

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It was rainy on and off all day in the 33rd World Wide SketchCrawl. We sketched at Deoksugung that is one the Five Grand Palace in Seoul. Traditional and modern style architecture exists together in harmony here and there in Deoksugung.

댓글 6개:

Miraculous Mosquito :

Fantastic drawings! They really capture the moment.

Lee Yong Hwan :

Thanks for your visit and praise on my drawings!

Sue Pownall :

Amazing results for your crawl as always!

Lee Yong Hwan :

Thanks a lot!

Ben :

I like the contrast between traditional and modern architecture in your work! Ben

Lee Yong Hwan :

Thanks,Ben. Deoksugung Palace is one of the best places for sketchers to draw old and new architecture harmoniously.