30 November 2012

28 Nov 2012 , Solo Sketch Walk


Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore oldest Hindu temple. It is an agamic temple built in the
Dravdian style. Located at No 224 South Bridge Road, in the downtown Chinatown district, the temple serves mainly South Indian Tamil Hindu Singaporeans. The temple was founded in 1827 by Naraina Pillai, eight years after the British East India Co established a trading settlement in Singapore.
     
This sketch (A5 paper) was done live on location with Hero pen & ink, the background was prewash before the sketch



Cavanagh Bridge built in 1869 to link the Civic District on the North Bank with the Commercial District on the South Bank, this is the oldest bridge along the Singapore River in its original form. It is also the first steel suspension bridge in Singapore.

This sketch (A5 Paper) was done live on location with Hero pen & ink, the background was prewash before the sketch.


   


Masjid Jamae is located at 218 South Bridge Road, on the corner with Mosque Road in the historic Chinatown area. One of several mosques built by Tamil Muslim migrants from south India, the present mosque was built between 1830 and 1835.

This sketch (A5 paper) was done live on location with Hero pen & ink, the background was prewash before the sketch.