06.11.08 by Jeff

Michelle Blade

In an effort to feature more painters on the site here’s some paintings by Californian, Michelle Blade. I am definitely more familiar with the work of her sister, Sonya… ok bad joke. I’m digging these – the last one reminds me of that Spanish horror film The Orphanage.

michelle blade painting painter booooooom blog

michelle blade painting painter booooooom blog

michelle blade painting painter booooooom blog

michelle blade painting painter booooooom blog

michelle blade painting painter booooooom blog













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • The first one is really cool, but I’m sort of lukewarm about the other ones.

    Cheers.

  • i really like the other ones. and good call about the orphanage, even the bluff in the distance is the same.

  • helena

    I personally enjoy all of them.
    There’s something mesmorizing about them.

  • Ffion

    wowww, so beautiful. they are inspiring, and mean alot.





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