Works by Erik Olson.
These are really cool, I love his technique.
Hey, Erik’s my brother! Awesome to see this show up in the morning rss feed! I love how he loads so many shades on his brush, so a single stroke carries a lot of information…
I loves these, especially the first one. The texture is unreal!
wow, the first and the last are absolutely brilliant
love seeing this guy get the exposure he deserves! nice work!
I’m speechless and in awe. Yeah. Wow.
seeing photos don’t do the texture justice. Such depth, and on such large pieces.The third one down is like 4×6 foot at least…
MERGE and THE SHACK is really-really awesome projects, i like it!
These are so awesome. That method is incredible.
i don’t think portrait painting can get more perfect than this
very cool work, playful and skilled, well found!
wow i love it!!
you’re a genius Erik, these are amazing. The most moving portraiture I’ve seen in my life.
i love his style.
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The sculptures are really cool. What an interesting idea. And I love the last painting, I feel like there is so much emotion in the mans face.
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