Traditional Sketches & Paintings From Imagination and Life
Stunning! I like the overall colors and the pool of light hitting the edge of the crippled crane.
Eric, Just found out about that blog of yours. I had seen online a little of your plain-air studies in the past, sketchbook extracts, but it is also great to read you, on top of that. Another inspiration to go pigment, thank you. I will explore your links. If you were to be in Paris, there is a dual Sargent/Sorolla at the "petit palais", until mid may, roughly.
Nice one!I like the school bus yellow aspect of it.
I enjoy how directly and simply you suggest the architecture of the crane and boats. And, as always in your work, the feeling of light and air.
Fabulous. I could stare at it all day. The colors are great and the feel is just wonderful.
Erik,do you ever teach or do workshops? In LA or SD ? Specifically color and visual development stuff.thanks
Thanks for your interst in teaching or workshops Quentin. I have taught some private painting sessions here and there, but I would like to do a workshop down the road. I've been invited to teach one in LA this past month, but I am busy working on an animated feature - art directing and have limited time, plus add a wonderful little baby to the mix and my plate is very full.
Beautiful painting, it really brings Sargent's watercolors to mind. Love all your work, big fan, etc.
Fantastic Work !
I like the mood of this work!
Great !I love you work(from Barcelona)http://www.flickr.com/photos/raulimagina/
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