Sunday, September 11, 2011

Some sketches of Gilsangsa at Seongbukdong, Seoul

the scenery of main entrance, pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

the Geukrakjeon, former Korean-style restaurant, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.6cm

traditional roof tiles of the entrance gate, pencil and soft pastel, 21 x 29.6cm

the Buddhist image inside the Geukrakjeon, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.6cm

Seongbukdong Catholic Church near Gilsangsa Temple, pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm
Today I sketched at Gilsangsa Temple here and there. The weather was fine, so I had a pleasant sketch time around the precincts half a day. Anywhere the religious building is a good subject to draw indeed.


ecrire said...

다 좋지만 세 번째 그림(파스텔)이 특히나 시선이 오래 머뭅니다 멋지십니다!!

Lee Yong Hwan said...

파스텔은 변화무쌍하면서..신나게 문지를 때는 어린 시절로 돌아가는 기분이지요~~

Lee hyun-sook said...

몽땅~ 멋쪄요~늘 보면서 느끼지만 선들이 자유롭게 헤엄치다 만나 하나의 형상을 만드는 듯 해요. 더 노력하면 저두 자유로운 선들이 만나겠죠? ^_^ 즐감합니다.