Saturday, July 31, 2010
Main entrance of Hongik University, Seoul
at lunch time, Jung Un-ja, Park Hee-kyung, Yoo Byung-hwa, Lee Yong-hwan from left
Park Hee-kyung, Jung Kyuung-wuon, Kim Mi-kyung from left at Tugsum sketching surfers and the sceneries of Han river. We went there to sketch there where Kim Mi-kyung was learning surfing with her son. After she finished the practice she joined the sketching in the afternoon. How much we enjoyed the cool wind and meeting itself after months!
Thursday, July 29, 2010
At Yangyang city, we could sketch the various features of traditional market. To support the marketing the young band was invited to encourage the merchants and customers. The rhythmical gestures made me feel like drumming with her. How excitingly she played!
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
I went to kangwon province with members of Outdoor Watercolor Group for painting. I sketched some of them who were painting on the spot. 40 members enjoyed three nights / four days' trip together. Sketching and painting in successive days would give various kinds of understanding and development to every participant.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Saturday, July 17, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Sketched sceneries around the Walkerhill Hotel located at Kwangjin-ku across the Han River. The left building was newly built one. It was late autumn. The scenery was so beautiful with colored trees. Hope to sketch along the Han River at autumn together.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010
40x13.5cm, pen and watercolor
I went to Hongik univ. area in 20 odd years.
Young animation was crowding.
Drank coffee delicious low class in coffeehouse that is three or four of tables known as Gomdabang.Master, who occur bear, gave more Costa Rica coffee by throw-in.
Drinking so coffee body jittering paint.
Colored lacquer comes to the house and did.
Sketched at the Samick Musical Instrument store located in Chongro 2-ga. The black hat used for the traditional farmers' folk band after harvest usually and Haegum(Korean fiddle) were hung. And kinds of drums were there.
In another store I found the wood ring used for piercing the nostrill of cow, and then pulling the cow for cultivating the soil at countryside. The cow is a symbol of wealth. So people like to hang it at house wishing to be rich and praying for the protecting of ancestor. Sometimes cow means their previous parents at dreams. The wood wild geese mean the affection between the married couple. So Korean people like to have them at home for the happy marriage life.
Friday, July 9, 2010
I sketched a few buildings at an alley nearby Myong-dong Cathedral on the last Seoul Sketchcrawl.