15.09.09 by Jeff

Scott Wenner

Paintings by Scott Wenner.

scott wenner artist painter painting

scott wenner artist painter painting

scott wenner artist painter painting

scott wenner artist painter painting

scott wenner artist painter painting

scott wenner artist painter painting













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



  • mahalia

    wow! how does he achieve the effect of the 1st and 4th? any ideas?

  • magic?

  • whoaaaa, this guy’s stuff is awesomeeeee

  • mahalia

    magic is probably the only explanation lol

    • maybe scott will let us know

      • mahalia

        i sure hope so. would solve this conundrum.. confuses me greatly

      • Wet into wet. White ink, Polymer acrylic & burnt umber ink, pour them all on selectively, then kind of mop up the mess. Sort of a reductive method.
        Make a mess, then remove stuff until it looks cool.
        Thanks for the nice comments everybody.

  • It reminds me Anselm Kiefer.

    -TC-

  • lapetitefaon

    Wow, that sounds insanely difficult, job well done, so beautiful!

  • overdave

    Full of transcendental feelings

  • Interesting work.





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