14.04.09 by Jeff

Molly Brill

Watercolour paintings by Molly Brill. Ontario.

molly brill paintings watercolor painter

molly brill paintings watercolor painter

molly brill paintings watercolor painter

molly brill paintings watercolor painter













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 :D

  • 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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