Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

The most prominent building along Armenian Street is probably the Peranakan Museum. There are also some shophouses and colonial style buildings all restored to pristine condition. It's certainly very different from George Town's Armenian Street.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Peranakan Museum
This was the second sketch of the day. Armenian Street is a good place to sketch because opposite the Peranakan Museum, there are lots of trees and buildings with shady walkways, and the people traffic is low.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Singapore Philatelic Museum
This is the Singapore Philatelic Museum on Coleman Street, and the end of Armenian Street.

National Heritage Board is giving free entries to all its museum in the month of August to celebrate Singapore's birthday. There's no better time to visit all the museums.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)
Sun tanners, Ignatius and Favian.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)
Don and Ignatius.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)
Don's new art material holder.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)
Zhu Hong brough a few copies of his new watercolour artbook 路口 朱宏小品集 to sell again.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)
Even though it's not the official end of month sketchwalk, there's still a lot of people.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)
I like the composition of this piece.

Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012)

Video (vimeo) was shot with Panasonic GH2 and 12-35mm lens

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