Sketches at Da Nang and Hoi An, Vietnam

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Sketches at Da Nang and Hoi An, Vietnam

[By Lee Yong-hwan in Seoul, Korea]
     // beautiful Da Nang Beach, pen and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

   / a night view of Dragon Bridge in Da Nang, pen and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

Linh Ung Temple in Da Nang, pencil and watercolor, (24 x 32cm)

a traditional village in Hoi An, pen and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

Hoi quan Quang Dong in Hoi An, pen and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

Japanese Bridge in Hoi An, pencil and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

fountain square at Bana Hills, pencil and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

Linh Phong Thien Tu pagoda at Bana Hills, pencil and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

Saint Denis Church at Bana Hills, pen and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

 a Dan Trung player,  pen and watercolor, (21 x 29.6cm)

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A week ago, I could join a group tour going to Da Nang and Hoi An, Vietnam. Tourists were 24. We travelled two cities during three days. Because we visited many places I can’t remember well them exactly if I didn’t draw the spots even in rough sketches. It was my first visit so I was impressed by the street scenery or colorful cityscapes or various people whom I met.  Especially the Bana Hills on top of mountain and the Hoi An old town gave strong impression to me. We couldn’t get rid of raining for the coming typhoon. If not I would have draw more than these. I want to go there again if possible in order to sketch all those memorable features staying for long. Just I hope the weather will be fine!

Published at Wed, 06 Nov 2019 02:32:00 +0000

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