19.10.09 by Jeff

John Stark

We used to have faces, paintings by John Stark. London.

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john stark artist painter painting

john stark artist painter painting

john stark artist painter painting

john stark artist painter painting

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



  • Really into these pics. I worked as a bee keepers assistant grade 10-12 oh the memories these bring back.

  • zanez

    interesting. whta’s up with that bee thing ? interesting theme..

  • Maya

    it looks like the figure is holding up a (blank) mirror in #3. very cool.

  • Benjamin

    These are great. I love the subject, the way it’s executed, everything. One of the best series of paintings I’ve seen on booooooom.com.

  • dno

    The colours and style of theses images remind me of Jeff Jordan’s work…He did some cover art for the Mars Volta.

    Awesome!

  • Justin

    I like all of them. I’ve been wanting to bee keep for a while, but I don’t really have the space. With bees always dying now, it’s a shame that people don’t do more of it. Bee keeping should be a priority for most farmers, and people who have the space to do it.

  • PJB

    These reminded me of this Pieter Bruegel painting:

    http://cbertel.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/bees-beekeeping_bruegel.jpg

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  • emily

    i love these, especially the way the landscapes slope off into the distance and the atmosphere of them.

    i am also going to bee keeping club to ‘educate myself in the art of bee keeping’ in the hope of getting a hive and swarm next summer !! Very excited

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  • I love the colors!





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