11.11.08 by Jeff

Francoise Nielly

I told ya I was gonna feature more painting on the site so that’s exactly what I’m doing. Fantastic oil paintings by Francoise Nielly. She lives and works in Paris and has shown all over the world (even right here in Vancouver). Such bold strokes with a palette knife – what’s not to love?

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francoise nielly france painting oil painter blog artist

francoise nielly france painting oil painter blog artist

francoise nielly france painting oil painter blog artist

francoise nielly france painting oil painter blog artist

francoise nielly france painting oil painter blog artist

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

  • Parker K.

    Damn what a strong use of colors, fucken fantastic.

  • http://matthewandres.boonika.org/ Matt

    Wow, so awesome! Thanks meng

  • http://www.corygibbons.com Cory Gibbons

    i love the style.

  • http://www.skullsquid.net TroyGalluzzi

    Neon color oil paints? Why have I never seen them before.

    Awesome work.

  • http://zombierock.livejournal.com Riot!

    that is some crazy color theory in motion right there. definitely envious of how thick the style is. totally dope though.

  • http://www.thelaf.net JSE

    so good. neon yellow is my favourite colour.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    yea you dont see oils like this much

  • http://www.brokinnglish.com Miltsky

    great colors, composition and gestures. Really fresh use of oil paints!

  • http://santamistura.blogspot.com patricia de miranda

    strong work, wonderful!!

  • Shinead

    Absolutely stunning! Her colour combinations totally contribute to the mood of each of her pieces.

  • http://www.radwafouda.blogspot.com Radz

    Absouloutley bedazzzeling!!!!!Lovely techniques!

  • http://atmediadesign.com Tyler

    Wow, this work is amazing… I have to get some of her work.


  • http://www.jonathanharper.carbonmade.com Jonathan


  • xanax

    I love all those blue eyes.

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  • joon

    these are incredible…amazing neons..

  • Marion

    They are truly fantastic in real ! More than it could look on a picture.
    Trust me…

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  • Adam Pickering

    She mixes oil and UV paint, they look awesome in normal light and absolutly stuning in UV! LOVE IT

  • zanez

    1st is sexy in all ways.
    perfect ,like them.

  • http://lucyalicephotography.yolasite.com/ Lucy Alice

    Im speachless..
    I would love a framed painting up on my wall somewhere. This is entirly inspiring !

  • Stevi

    Omg .. the texture is amazing and the use of colours.
    Its blow my mind.

  • http://bit.ly/fRx14G Ben

    Françoise Nielly is exhibiting in Barcelona this month, I get the chance to meet her!

  • nousheen

    Wonderful Art!!!!! truly awesome….love it:)

  • Christine

    This is incredible! I am truly in awe. You are blessed.
    Thank you.

  • Harly S

    wow… this is a good visual, the color so wonderfull i love it..

  • http://showtimeart.com Monica

    I never tried to use the colors like THIS. It’s great! I’m gonna try it. At least for fun,if it’s not going to work out for me.Thanks!

  • Olivia.

    Awesome! I love Francoise Nielly. Her vibrant colours really are vivid and stand out beautifully. <3

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