Sunday, January 10, 2010


Pine trees near the Palace of Fine Arts museum in San Francisco. A cold breeze out, but wonderful atmospheric layering of tree groups in the distance. Sepia ink with gouache burnt umber and freshly prepared sumi ink. Exploring metal dip pens and reed pens today.

14 comments:

Shane Pierce said...

awesome man - love these studies you do! thanks for sharing them

Jared Shear said...

Beautiful work as always Erik!

paintopolis said...

Love it. -- Kevin

Gerald de Dios said...

Another beaut! Congrats the post on Lines and Colors blog: http://www.linesandcolors.com/2010/01/14/erik-tiemens-update/

Sue Furrow said...

Love your blog AND your artwork!

Jason Scheier said...

beautiful

Gary Keimig said...

Great work, Erik. Working a little in gouache myself I can appreciate what you are doing.

søren bendt said...

love your stuff. great texture, compositions and moods. Thanks for sharing.

Richard Piloco said...

Very good work, very evocative, great textures.

Frans Kusuma said...

awesome!

Nym∼ said...

stunning *_*

the art of Dejan Ostojic said...

Awesome!!!

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