02.06.09 by Jeff

Alex Asher Daniel

Gorgeous paintings by Alex Asher Daniel.

alex asher daniel artist painter painting

alex asher daniel artist painter painting

alex asher daniel artist painter painting

alex asher daniel artist painter painting

alex asher daniel artist painter painting

Another great artist with no website, unfortunately!

via: starworks













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



  • They sort of remind me of Schiele. Really beautiful.

  • Arseni

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen gestural qualities quite like these in this style of painting.

    • yea i quite like the large blocky shapes, would definitely like to see more work

  • karolina

    I love schiele and I TOTALLY love these. well yeah, there is a certain resemblance, i have to admit it, but I still find them quite original and new.

    • karolina

      and I really like the first one, cause you can’t really see her face.

    • yea i think anytime there is more loose colourful figure drawing there will be comparisons to schiele but definitely have their own quality – i like the tightness of the detail in the face that always seems to continue to one hand

  • i like how he mixes those faces with large zones of pure painting in the body

  • emily

    but more fleeting and insubstantial then Schiele and they have so much more movement

  • Jessie Cacciola

    woah, so cool.

  • karolina
  • so c.

    wish i could see more i like this a lot

  • Stunning work!
    Too bad – no web site!
    Let’s wake up the artist!

  • Despite the obvious Schielle comparisons, this is definitley beautiful art. I hope he puts a website up soon!

  • agreed about the gestural qualities. really great, expressive stuff.

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  • MAC

    NICE.

  • Guest

    I’m confused. What medium is this?





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