10.02.09 by Jeff

Leah Tinari

Paintings by yet another RISD grad, Leah Tinari.

leah tinari acrylic gouache painter painting

leah tinari acrylic gouache painter painting

leah tinari acrylic gouache painter painting

leah tinari acrylic gouache painter painting

leah tinari acrylic gouache painter painting













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



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  • Sam

    Ah! I could be mistaken but I think I saw a couple of her pieces at a show in Brooklyn back in August/September. Great work!

  • Todd Savitch

    Leah Tinari’s solo show, “Masquerade Madness” is on view at District Fine Arts in Washington, D.C. until March 28. She also has a solo show, “Sneak a Peek” opening at Mixed Greens in NYC on February 14.

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