ECC viewed from main gate of Ewha Womans University, watercolor, (37 x 52 cm)
Welch-Ryang Auditorium (Music Hall), watercolor, (37 x 52 cm)
Pfeiffer Hall (Main Hall), pen and watercolor, (21 X 29.6cm)
Centennial Museum and International Education Building, pen and watercolor,
(21 X 29.6cm)
Ewha-Samsung Education Culture Building, pen and watercolor, (21 X 29.6cm)
nearby buildings across from the backgate of Ewha Womans University,
pen and watercolor, (21 X 29.6cm)
Stephen Kopp from Australia joined Seoul sketchers, pen and watercolor,
(21 X 29.6cm)
Last Saturday, we Seoul sketchers met at Ewha Womans University. It was founded on 1886 by Mary F. Scranton, an American missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The campus located in central Seoul with surrounded natural greens and a number of old and contemporary buildings nearby one of the most popular shopping district in Seoul.
Across the heart of the Ewha Womans University, the recently completed ECC (Ewha Campus Complex) shaped valley, is Korea’s largest underground campus. The ECC provides students with various services, from learning to cultural activities, all under the one roof. In a whole campus, lots of historic stone buildings and modern high-rise buildings are mixed intimately and harmoniously.
It was a little hot during the day, but the natural air conditioning from the wood offered a cool atmosphere for sketching. I enjoyed sketching the beautiful campus buildings and several colourful scenes.