14.04.09 by Jeff

Molly Brill

Watercolour paintings by Molly Brill. Ontario.

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molly brill paintings watercolor painter

molly brill paintings watercolor painter

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



  • my god. those were beautiful..

  • oh my, these are wonderful

  • Damn, those are pretty good! So expressive!

    -TC-

  • Robert B Cooper

    The first guy looks like he has snot coming out of his nose. Sorry that’s just the kid in me.

    I love your work. I’ll have to try this some time because its just mouthwatering. Brilliant!

  • so beautiful!!!!

  • good work! This pieces represent that the watercolour paintings most be 😀

  • Been waiting awhile to see her art pop up on here

  • i love the first one…

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  • Joshua

    Molly has some prints for sale up at inPRNT now.

  • vpb

    muy buenos!!! muy buena técnica!

  • lv

    i love these paintings. they are amazing its jus so wild to me that they are done in water color i havent seen anything like this before

  • Hello. Excellent work. I didn’t anticipate this on a Wednesday. This is a fantastic story. Thanks!

  • Mari Lara

    wow! great work

  • I love third one!!!!! Super!!! Great work! beautiful blue eyes!!!

  • Joe

    The eyes are amazing, very well done.

  • LadyDaaa

    my i know what kind of technique it would be?





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