the scenery in the foreground, pen and watercolor
Yaksajeon, pen and watercolor
ascending the stone steps toward the courtyard, pen and watercolor
the front view of Seolbupjeon (mitajeon), brush pen
the side view of Seolbupjeon, pen and watercolor
Gugrakjeon, pen and watercolor
outdoor coffee stand as a resting place, pen and watercolor
( 21 x 29.6cm sketchbook )
This autumn I visited Heungguksa Temple twice for temple sketching. The temple is not so far from my village and access road is pretty smooth to approach.In the precincts of the temple,The yellow chrysanthemums were in full glory all over the place and I was fascinated by the scenic beauty of the colorful fall leaves around the temple. A number of temple buildings, including Yaksajeon (1686~),were well arranged harmoniously combined with one another surrounding the courtyard.
Sketching the traditional architecture is very helpful for me to develop the sense of proportion.