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

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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.

  • My favorite is the artists playing to the stage

  • tower of babylon,broken? whow!

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

  • Gorgeous! Keep them coming!

  • awesome;;bet it required some mighty fine brushs

  • 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.

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

  • 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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