05.08.09 by Jeff

Julian Duron

Paintings by Julian C. Duron. Brooklyn. Fantastic style!

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn

julian c duron painter painting artist new york brooklyn













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



  • Wonderful work!

    The earlier landscape paintings are pretty glorious too. Love the artist’s handling of colour and shape and the sense of motion (and [e]motion) contained in his paintings.

  • some of these look like collages…

    • if you read the site they are acrylic paintings

      • yea yea.. i was just sayin’ 😛

  • Julian Duron will contribute work to the next issue of Svartkonst magazine that will be released the 15th of September!

  • Nice!! Thanks guys 🙂





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