Saturday, April 10, 2010


A small detail from an imaginative gouache and watercolor painting called 'Turner's Valley'. I captured the process with digital photos showing various stages in creating the image. I will go over these in my upcoming workshop next weekend... looking forward to sharing! 9x12 inches - Fabriano Hotpress watercolor block. Small additions of pastel added.

10 comments:

Kate said...

This is *amazing*. It's as if you've rummaged through my dreams and painted my perfect fantasy landscape, only far, far better than I could ever have visualised it myself. Please post the whole painting up here sometime!

Finn Clark said...

I love the tonal qualities in all your paintings. Can't wait to see this piece in full :)

carguin said...

It's beautifullll Erik!!

Shane Pierce said...

great work!

E.Tiemens said...

Thanks for the wonderful feedback! I will post the full painting next week.

-Erik

Heix said...

beautiful as always,
is there any chance that you're going to post some photos of the process online?

E.Tiemens said...

Yes Heix, next week I will post the whole painting with a series of photos showing early wash block-in to final details. It is interesting in that you can see changes in the image and how editable the medium is for corrections/alterations.

-Erik

Humza Khan said...

that's hot - Great atmospheric depth

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AlexTuis said...

It seems to be wonderful.

renatabarillipainter said...

I like this very much it's intense
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