March’s sketchcrawl will be in and around the bustling St. Pancras/Kings Cross area of London.
As well as the two stations themselves, with their mix of old and new architecture, there are a whole host of places nearby to draw - the historic Regent’s Canal with beautiful narrowboats, Granary Square with towering warehouses and shiny new Kings Place, a relatively new London cultural venue with a fabulous view of Battlebridge Basin, complete with houseboats and barges. There is also a raised viewing platform overlooking Kings Cross Station which would make a great viewpoint for a panorama of the area.
Meet at 11 am outside the old front entrance to St. Pancras Station.
(The entrance facing Euston Road near the entrance to the Renaissance Hotel)
Meet up again at 1 pm outside the entrance to Central Saint Martins in Granary Square.
A mixture of old and new architecture alongside the canal.
Meet up at 3.30 pm on the back terrace at Kings Place to take a look at what everyone has been working on during the day.
The view from the back terrace at Kings Place from my sketchbook.
For more information on the area, have a look at these two websites
I hope to see you on March 19th!