WhereArtI Edinburgh?

Monday 7th December

Can you tell me where I have sketched?

Do you recognise this Edinburgh winding street?

Leave your answer in the comment box below.

Your comment will not show up until I reveal the answer. Closing time for entering is midnight tonight and I will pick a random winner from all correct entries by this time tomorrow.

This week’s prize is a screen printed tea towel featuring the Edinburgh Skyline and Edinburgh Castle.

Keep an eye on my facebook and twitter feeds for clues if they are needed later today, and remember you can also see my weekly competition in the printed version of the Edinburgh Evening News each Monday.

Keep looking up and noticing the beauty in the everyday, you never know where I will be sketching next!

My Edinburgh sketched merchandise is available on my Etsy shop and although I am fully booked for Christmas commissions there are plenty of Edinburgh prints available.

Urban Sketching with Cassandra and Mark
Join in my fortnightly online workshops with Edinburgh artist Cassandra Harrison. On the first and third Tuesday of every month, from 7pm – 8.15pm

25 thoughts on “WhereArtI Edinburgh?”

  1. Hello Hannah

    Congratulations, you have won the WhereArtI for this week with your answer of Coburg Street. Your prize of an Edinburgh Sketcher tea towel is ready to be sent out to you. I will email you for details 🙂
    Mark, ES

  2. It’s the corner of Coburg Street and Couper Street.

    I’ve been in the cafe on the opposite corner – albeit not recently!

  3. Coburg Street in Leith. At the corner with Couper Street. Looks like you were in front of Ostara.

  4. That’s the building on the corner of Couper/ Coburg Street – where the multi-cultural family base is 🙂

  5. This is the junction of Couper Street and Coburg Street in Leith, with the Water of Leith running along the side.

  6. Coburg Street. Didn’t recognise it at first because I mostly travel it in the opposite direction to the view.

  7. This is the building on the corner of Couper Street and Coburg Street in Leith where Andrew Melrose Ltd had their offices/warehouse/factory. The best tea in Scotland passed through those gates once upon a time.
    My father worked in the offices to the right of the door(s) from his teenage years until his 65th birthday. So of course, this building played an important part during my formative years.
    David

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