Sketch Meet-up in Oct.
[Sketch Meet-up on Oct. 28th, 2017]
- Place: Seoul Station & Seoul 7017 (서울역 & 서울로 7017)
- Nearest Subway Station : Seoul Station, Line No. 1 or 4 (1호선 혹은 4호선 서울역)
- Time: 10:30 am ~ 4:00 pm (오전 10시 30분부터 오후 4시까지)
- Meeting Spot: In front of Food Court at 3rd Fl. in Seoul Station (서울역사 3층 푸드 코트 앞)
10월 두 번째 어반스케치 모임 장소는 하루 평균 9만여 명이 이용하는 대한민국 수도인 서울의 관문, '서울역'입니다. 오전에 3층에 자리한 푸드코트에서 만나 점심 식사 후에는 '서울로 7017'로 이동할 예정입니다. 2015년 폐쇄되었던 서울역 고가는 2017년에 도심 속의 공원으로 재 탄생하였습니다. 국내 최초의 고가 보행로인 서울로 7017을 거닐면서 서울의 풍경을 다시 한번 새로운 시각으로 느껴 보시기 바랍니다.
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Sunday, January 29, 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
at amusement park of Children's Grand Park
cactus inside the botanical garden of the park
people were taking photos at botanical garden of Children's Grand Park
sketch of the inside scenery of the cafeteria after having lunch at Sejong University
at the A/S center near the park
Because I had to wait for a while I sketched and washed on the sofa.
A 4, Fabriano, 56 lbs
The weather was finer than the previous days though snow still remained here and there. After dropping in the framing shop near the park I went in and sketched some. On the way coming home I needed phone repair at the A/S center near the park. Sketching made me not feel tired of waiting. So I thank for the moments rather.
18 x 26 cm
Last tuesday I found a nice secondhand bookstore at Jongno-2-ga, downtown street of Seoul. It located in basement near the corner of Jongno-2-ga crossing. Different from that we've known about secondhand bookstores it looked as same as big bookstores filled with new books. The interior was comfortable for visitors to sit on steps set near the entrance resting a while or reading books. I could see kids reading books on steps freely. There I sketched the above one using watercolor with pleasure.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
the bell tower of the church, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm
facade of the church beyond the hill, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm
viewed from the rear side, pencil and watercolor, 29.7 x 42cm
the reverential scene inside the church, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm
Seosomun martyrs' memorial hall, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm
The first catholic church built in Korea, Yakhyeon Catholic Church is an early example of Gothic architecture of the 19th century.The brickwork of Yakhyeon Catholic Church is renowned for its architectural beauty. On the occasion of the 34 Worldwide SketchCrawl we sketchers met in the precincts of the church and enjoyed sketching in and out of the historied church building all day long.
Thanks all the participants for a nice day!
Saturday, January 21, 2012
inside the church office where the successive priests' photos were hung
and on left wall were the holy statues were in showcase for selling
35.5 x 24.5 cm
Brown Stone complex building across the church
holy statues in showcase for selling
inside the church
right side of the church
KH Lee and KW Jung at lounge for believers & visitors
Yakhyeon Catholic Church(Jungrim-dong Catholic Church)
The following sketches were drawn by Lee Kyu-hwang.
A 4(21 x 29.7 cm)
21 x 57 cm
The church found on 1892 as the first catholic church building in Korea locates at Jungrim-dong, Jung-ku. The church building was burnt by arson attack on February 1998. Renovation was completed on September 1999.
In the morning it rained a little and cloudy. We went inside the office building where we could see the church through a big pane glass at the comfortable lounge. What a lucky day it was inspite of bad weather! We used the space freely. After sketching some we went inside the church building and did one for each. Every time we sketch despite of all bad conditions we get some valuable things which we never imagined before we begin. We enjoyed all the calm mood of the church and even the weather too. Thank you all!
Thursday, January 19, 2012
The lower overbridge over which Naebu Circuit Road runs will be removed within 15 days, the villagers said. I tried to capture the feature of the crossroad. Villagers felt sorry about the removal anyhow because the bridge was accustomed to their lives for years.
The opposite building, Yujin Shopping arcade, was cut years ago on top stories for the Naebu Circuit Road to be able to run over the shopping arcade. People felt it very marvelous to cut a large building horizontally.
It rained a little. I sketched the northward feature under the overbridge. The mountain back is Ahnsan.
25 x 35.5 cm
I carried a small carrier for buying foodstuffs at Inwang market and used it as an easel.
It was wonderful.
Monday, January 16, 2012
13 x 19 cm sketchbook
I went to Cheongryangri Market located at Dongdaemun-ku to buy some groceries. I walked from Kyeongdong oriental medicine market to feel the all the bustling of big markets. Roads were so filled with customers who came to buy foodstuffs for Lunar New Year holidays that it was hard to pass easily without touching other's shoulders. Policemen were there for helping traffic regulation. Korean people cherish ancestors with foods and memorial service. During sketching these one man addressed me. He told about that his uncle was the famous artist in Korea, "Oh Ji-ho". He told that his father was good at art too. Sketching presented an unexpected communication in such a crowded market.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
a scenery around Former Seoul Station Art Complex, pen and watercolor. 21 x 29.5cm
distant view from Seoul Station, ball-point pen, 21 x 29.5cm
at concourse inside the Station building, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm
the buildings opposite across the street, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm
around the railroad station above overpass, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm
Yesterday I sketched around Seoul Station where I've drawn many times. Seoul Station and the surroundings form an exquisite harmony between the old and new buildings. The more I draw on the same spot, the more I find a new angle.