12.06.09 by Jeff

Rosson Crow

Paintings by Rosson Crow. Los Angeles. Oil. Enamel. Spray. Acrylic.

rosson crow painter artist painting

rosson crow painter artist painting

rosson crow painter artist painting

rosson crow painter artist painting

rosson crow painter artist painting

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

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    this is beautiful, the colors are stunning. Some of the darker ones in his gallery are quite mysterious looking too

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    I’m pretty sure Rosson Crow is a woman, but yea – great colors

    • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

      oh sorry :) anyways, she does some great work

  • jason

    colors are great but kinda feel a void between artist and subject.
    yeah she is female.

  • http://www.jollybegood.com JollyBeGood

    it reminds me of the hangover when they steel the tiger from mike tyson! haha

  • http://joshtengan.blogspot.com JTKT

    the colors are mind-blowing!

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  • http://lets.coozi.com.au silky

    absolutely love it.

  • http://courtneygriffin.wordpress.com Courtney

    amazing stuff. the colours are brilliant!

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  • http://agustinsirai.blogspot.com AS

    yeah, mind-blowing!

  • http://Lbstudioart.com Lindsey Brooke

    By far some of the most inspiring work i’ve seen in a long time.

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