07.09.09 by Jeff

Ian Davis

Paintings by Ian Davis.

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artist ian davis painter painting

artist ian davis painter painting

artist ian davis painter painting

artist ian davis painter painting

artist ian davis painter painting

artist ian davis painter painting













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



  • Carrie Christian

    I love

  • Chelsey Scheffe

    Friggin fantastic.

  • Nat

    loves it. they have a great feel to them.

    • http://www.youmightfindyourself.com YMFY

      +1

  • http://www.smellslikerevenge.com Blake Ellender

    My favorite is the artists playing to the stage

  • http://www.yaddac.blogspot.com werner

    tower of babylon,broken? whow!

  • http://www.andreawan.com Andrea Wan

    wow this guy’s painting reminds me of Andreas Gursky’s photography (showing at VAG now)!

  • http://www.creativeboom.co.uk Creative Boom

    Gorgeous! Keep them coming!

  • http://www.lemontears.webs.com/ katie

    awesome;;bet it required some mighty fine brushs

  • http://schweitz.wordpress.com Zachary Schweitzer

    I love the great sense of geometry applied here. PLaying on the theme of form with some really strict shapes.

  • zanez

    i feel what he is up to
    can’t explain.

  • http://cargocollective.com/kristynalitten kristyna

    wow these are all amazing, and the sense of perspective is great. I particularly like the one with the columns

  • http://Spraygraphics Beverly Jorgensen

    Very different from your early work. Very powerful!! Great work Ian!!

  • Rob Marshall

    Wow! These are awesome! I especially love the stack of industrial pollution. Kudos Ian.

  • Jmorse

    Wow..Ian these are fantastic. I thought the unfinished ones i saw in your studio were great, but that industrial monstrosity is just amazing!





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