07.04.09 by Jeff

Rachell Sumpter

Gouache and pastel work by Rachell Sumpter.

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing

rachell sumpter gouache pastel painting drawing













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



  • I want all of these :)

  • FANTASTICAL!

  • Brilliant.

    -TC-

  • geez, these are amazing

  • really, really nice. Laboriously worked and such a wonderful psychedelic colour palette!

  • oh wow.. this girl knows color

  • so c.

    these are ridiculous! i’d like to see em up real close get intimate

  • Rainbow beards are rad.

  • Second one is soo amazing. I really like the rainbows with the morbid twist.

    • i think my favourite is the one with the people playing red rover

  • Nut

    Dig the rainbow beards.

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  • BlueOpium

    she is officially my most fave artist now





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