21.06.09 by Jeff

Kristine Moran

Gorgeous paintings by Kristine Moran.

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kristine moran painter canadian painting artist

kristine moran painter canadian painting artist

kristine moran painter canadian painting artist

kristine moran painter canadian painting artist

kristine moran painter canadian painting artist

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



  • pandora

    i love the second last one.
    it looks like an exploding carousel…
    almost like you can see hints of reality amongst the blurs in these paintings.
    beautiful!

  • http://lets.coozi.com.au silky

    wow, really nice effect. it’s sort of like a long exposure of their movements. really great.

  • http://adamkell.com adam

    i like these very much! gotta get down to Eldridge St to see her show that opened last week.

  • http://rebecca-richardson.blogspot.com/ Rebecca

    These are really interesting, I think Pandora (above) sums it up well when says you can see hints of reality…very mysterious and intriguing, they really capture the imagination and pull you in…i’d love to know more about the method of working and ideas behind them?

  • http://www.thefty.org Helena

    This is the sort of the thing where I’d usually say ‘that’s not my thing’. Except this time it is. I like the way the pinks always stand out.





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