12.01.09 by Jeff

Brendan Monroe

Paintings by Brendan Monroe.

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brendan monroe painter painting art artist

brendan monroe painter painting art artist

brendan monroe painter painting art artist

brendan monroe painter painting art artist

brendan monroe painter painting art artist

brendan monroe painter painting art artist

brendan monroe painter painting art artist













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



  • Hiroyuki Hamada

    Jeff, how big are these paintings?

    • they vary – 13″x10″, 11.5″x16″ …

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  • Hiroyuki Hamada

    I thought they would be spectacular if they were bigger. But that doesn’t mean that they are not. I enjoyed looking at them a lot. Thanks.

    • yea as with most illustrations these would look fantastic large-scale.

  • O homen veio do barro. Criado por dEUs a sua imagem e semelhança… Acho que retrata bem isto.

  • very impressive!

  • great paintings, thanks

  • Yeah dude, I’ve been checking this homie out for at least 5 or 6 years. His style has changed over the years but he is always so creative and awesome.

  • I love Brendan Monroe’s work…I’ve been a huge fan for a long time and it’s an honor to be under the same etsy umbrella as him.





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