01.07.09 by Jeff

Jennifer Sanchez

Paintings by Jennifer Sanchez. New York City.

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc

jennifer sanchez painter painting abstract nyc













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



  • This would make a sick art decal for my room.

  • they are amazing ~ love jenifer’s work :)

  • i love all theses colorful shapes!!! bravo!

  • It’s as if Stina Persson and Yellena James had a lovechild. Beautiful colors and shapes!

  • Nicole

    I want, I want!

  • Am

    Wow! Look at these explosions of colour! I love the first one in particular, very visually striking and attractive! That would definitely have stopped me in my tracks!!!

  • I see this work is very influenced by Beatriz Milhazes.

  • Anny

    ooh! is there anywhere you can get these as a print?

  • GREG

    This is really beautiful. Love this.

  • guik

    this really looks like beatriz Milhazes!

  • katie

    eye catching,bold and pretty. wonderful,these would look great anywhere!

  • I think the work is good but I can’t look at it without seeing Beatriz Milhazes all over the place (as the user “Parada” also noticed).

  • awesome.

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  • I’d be so curious to see how she actually makes these. Cool!

  • Just seeing all those colors makes me so happy!

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  • amazing work, i am in love.

  • saraj

    Beatriz Milhazes,true.

  • nice
    very nice!

  • Interesting as design, would like to see them open up somehow, cross-over..





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