WhereArtI Edinburgh? – Jan 21st 2019

Posted on Jan 21, 2019
WhereArtI Edinburgh? – Jan 21st 2019
Where art I?

Can you name this week’s sketched location?

If you know leave your answer in the comment box below. I will pick a random winner from all correct entries on Tuesday morning, and they will go on to the ‘Winners wall’ for the month. At the end of the month one of those on the wall will be picked to receive a prize.

The prize for January is one of my new blue Edinburgh Castle totes. Each cotton tote measures 16×15 inches and is screen printed with one of my early drawings of the castle. 

Leave your answer in the comment box below …

Your comment will not show up until the winner is announced. Keep an eye on my facebook and twitter feeds for clues if they are needed later today, and I will pick a winner for the Winners Wall tomorrow afternoon.

I hope you join us to play along and keep looking up and noticing the beauty in the everyday, you never know where I will be sketching next!

If you would like to buy a blue Edinburgh Castle tote for £7.50 plus postage then you can order one HERE from my Etsy shop.

21 Comments

  1. Edinburgh Sketcher
    1st February 2019

    This sketch is now available as a signed print from my Etsy shop online, have a look at the full sketch here:
    https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/191605622/clouds-over-east-claremont-street

  2. Edinburgh Sketcher
    23rd January 2019

    January 21st WhereArtI answer: East Claremont Street looking towards the striking Broughton St Mary’s Parish Church. Alison Bruce was randomly picked from the correct answers to go into this month’s prize draw. Thanks for playing, more next Monday:

    https://edinburghsketcher.com/wherearti-competition/

  3. Judith King
    22nd January 2019

    East Claremont Street

  4. Gill
    22nd January 2019

    It is east Claremont street looking west. And I was first to get it right. Please. Thank you. 🙂

  5. Cath Gray
    22nd January 2019

    North Leith Church in Maderia Street top of Prince Regent Street. We lived in Maderia Place it’s a lovely church inside as well as outside…

  6. Alison Bruce
    21st January 2019

    That’s Broughton St Mary’s Church, from East Claremont Street.

    A fabulous classical vista in the best New Town tradition which deserves to be more appreciated. Sketch on!!

  7. Joan
    21st January 2019

    East Claremont Street.

    If I’m wrong, then I’m doubly wrong 😉

  8. David mclachlan
    21st January 2019

    Hi

    I think its east claremont street looking onto st marys- i think

    Cheers

    Dave

  9. Karin Stevens
    21st January 2019

    Broughton St Marys Parish Church seen from East Claremont Street

  10. Joanne Rose
    21st January 2019

    East Claremont Street – looking towards Broughton St Mary’s church.

  11. Katie
    21st January 2019

    Looking west down east Clairemont st at broughton st mary’s Church

  12. Alsion Lewis-Nicholson
    21st January 2019

    East Claremont Street.

  13. Lesley McLean
    21st January 2019

    Howe Street

  14. Lizzy McBrien
    21st January 2019

    East Claremont Street looking onto Broughton St Mary’s

  15. Joanne Baird
    21st January 2019

    That looks like North Leith Parish Church on Madeira Street to me. Although you would be standing in Prince Regent Street while you sketched it.

  16. Barbara Shannon
    21st January 2019

    The view from outside my student digs in the 1970s in East Claremont Street. Bringing back lots of good memories thank you.

  17. Kathy
    21st January 2019

    East Claremont St

  18. kate awtson
    21st January 2019

    Broughton St Marys Parish Church

  19. Joan
    21st January 2019

    Broughton St Mary’s Parish

  20. 0apropos
    21st January 2019

    You’re in East Claremont Street, looking at Broughton St Marys.

    Been waiting for this church for a few years now!

  21. Pamela Gardiner
    21st January 2019

    Hi
    I think it’s East Claremont Street
    Thanks
    Pamela

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