18.09.09 by Jeff

Michael Zavros

Paintings by Michael Zavros.

michael zavros painter painting artist

michael zavros painter painting artist

michael zavros painter painting artist

michael zavros painter painting artist

michael zavros painter painting artist

michael zavros painter painting artist

michael zavros painter painting artist













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



  • Now this is amazing work, probably my favorite paintings i’ve seen on here.

  • cara

    what medium is this?

  • Chelsey Scheffe

    Fantastic compositions.

  • lauren

    this is nuts

  • A

    insane

  • zanez

    he feels the movement in horse..
    but that diamond ..don’t

  • flying horses. crazy!

  • Laura

    is that supposed to be the garden at versailles as though the palace has been closed down in #2?
    amazing.

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  • so good.

  • Finnie

    Yummm.

  • Mikey

    Aaron Siskind – ‘Terrors and Pleasures of Levitation’ series anyone?

    Great horses.

  • Great work done by you. All the paintings are really amazing.

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  • Pictures with horses are unreal! Wonder!!!

  • Zarina Kay

    I love the fact that anberlin went and decided to use the first one as their album cover. love it!

  • Taste!

  • Joe

    The covered pot looks like Versailles…sweet!





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