Sunday, 30 October 2016
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Drawing by James Hobbs
Saturday 12th November 2016
- 11 am - Start at the front of Vauxhall Train Station.
- 1 pm - Meet by the Secret Intelligence Service building (MI6 building: photo below), on the riverside walk. *If wet, meet in Starbucks by Vauxhall station.
- 3.30 pm - Finish on the steps of Tate Britain to share sketches and take some photos.*Meet in Café Djanogly, inside Tate Britain if wet.
The November Sketchcrawl will be heavy on the 'urban' part of London Urban Sketchers as we visit Vauxhall, with a variety of sketching inspiration including;
- The Secret Intelligence Service building - made famous in 'Skyfall' and designed by architect Terry Farrell.
- Vauxhall City Farm - something a little different for central London.
- Tate Britain (free admission) - on the north side of the river, across Vauxhall Bridge.
- Vauxhall Bus Station - a striking metal design by Arup Associates.
- Brunswick House - a Georgian mansion set amongst city skyscrapers.
- Railway arches - for anyone who went to the Manchester Symposium, a chance to rekindle the love of railway arches. Also good place to shelter if the weather is wet.
- Views across the Thames and the changing London skyline.
Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery is close by but unfortunately a new exhibition is being installed so it won't be open but the outside of the building would be interesting to draw.
Meet outside Vauxhall Train Station at 11.00 am
Vauxhall City Farm
Secret Intelligence Service building (MI6 building)
Along the riverbank
The very striking Vauxhall Bus Station
View from Vauxhall to Westminster
The sketchcrawl will be led by Lis Watkins.