01.07.09 by Jeff

Erika Somogyi

Just a heads up, Erika Somogyi has just released a new edition of one of her most beautiful pieces, Divining Light.

erika somogyi divining light painting drawing watercolor gouache

erika somogyi divining light painting drawing watercolor gouache













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



  • I don’t know why this reminds me of the Pocahontas song in the Disney movie, when all the leaves are blowing by her. MY MIND IS SO RANDOM.

    • haha i remember that! and, totally…
      xoxo

    • lapetitefaon

      Yesssssssss can you sing with all the voices of the mountain can you paint with all the colors of the winnnnndddddd. I totally youtubed that just now. It was more epic than I even remembered!! Oh and the painting is great too.

      • dontstayathome

        would you marry me?

  • great!

  • Haha old school Disney…you can’t beat it.

  • emily

    yes! its the colours.
    i have a friend who looks just like Pocahontas
    =)

  • I can’t get over her work! I love how she plays the pastels off against black. And, yeah, I love all the super-happy people.

    And about Pocahontas: i had to dance to that song when I did ballet as a kid. Aww yeah!





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