Scenes, Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes, Seen exhibition celebrates the first anniversary of the book Urban Sketchers Singapore Vol 1. This exhibition and the accompanying sketchwalks (one on 27 Oct 2012) are in conjunction with Archifest 2012. The exhibition will be held at Galeri Utama (map) until 31 Oct 2012.

From what I can see, there's more sketches featured than the book launch last year.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012
So we decided to just have the sketches displayed in plastic holders rather than have them all framed up. It's much faster to set up and take down.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012
Those are my sketches on the top right.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012
I had the idea of drawing a super panorama but haven't gotten around to doing it.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012
That's the rubber stamp for Urban Sketchers Singapore.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012
My friend is selling some sketchbooks he has designed himself. It's about US$26, not including shipping.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012
The sketchbook is made of watercolour paper and can open up into both portrait and landscape orientation.

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

Scenes Seen Exhibition 2012

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Firstly thank you for sharing

Firstly thank you for sharing these amazing sketches, truly inspiring. Might you publish in book form? I just wish I lived somewhere near a group like this, as I'm sure being part of a group provides massive encouragement.

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