17.08.09 by Jeff

Michael Dotson

Paintings by Michael Dotson. Washington DC. I thought maybe these were 3D renders but I found a video of Dotson’s process.

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract

michael dotson washington dc artist painter painting acrylic abstract













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



  • i wish my backyard looked like that

  • i love that first one… reminds me something good but don’t know what it is. also love that process video, he have cool systems

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  • Raphael

    These are brilliant. He’s created a world all his own.

  • sr

    wow! I though they were computer gen too… then watched the vid… sick!

  • That vid is pretty cool, looks like some painstaiking work.

  • Wow I love them.

  • These are pretty dang rad for all times. Reminds me a bit of the Playstation game L.S.D., what with all the colorfulness and the 3D kinda thing going on.

  • I love how trackbacks appear here!

  • jkcor

    I’s play this on an acid trip





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