20.05.09 by Jeff

Joshua Bronaugh

Paintings by Joshua Bronaugh.

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joshua bronaugh painting artist painter

joshua bronaugh painting artist painter

joshua bronaugh painting artist painter

joshua bronaugh painting artist painter

joshua bronaugh painting artist painter

joshua bronaugh painting artist painter

joshua bronaugh painting artist painter













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



  • this. is. beautiful.

  • LAURA

    wow, these are gorgeous.

  • mafara

    ey this is some talent you got here…i like your style of painting i’m also an artist with the almost same type of style like yoz…totally abstract but in portraiture and so unlimited in your brush work and the composition of the colours bright but blending…this is a unique style…my final saying is THIS IS STUPENDOUS…totally insane but beautiful.

  • rob

    awesome

  • Jessie Cacciola

    so cool. love the first two, especially.

  • Hmm.

    i love that even though these are observational paintings you allow yourself to be creative, have fun and make mistakes which only add to the beauty of your incredible work/style.Enchante.





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