11.11.09 by Jeff

James Chronister

Paintings by James Chronister. San Francisco.

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james chronister artist painter painting

james chronister artist painter painting

james chronister artist painter painting

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



  • what… paintings… these must take a lot of time and patience.

  • some people may hate the canadian winters but this is exactly why i love them.

  • i love these. they are globally simple and locally complex, capturing these extremely fond feelings i get during winter (when it actually snows in virginia…)

  • I’m glad someone is willing to spend the time to paint photo realistic snow trees…. because I’m not. Great work!

    -tys

  • hope this guy is designing some black metal albums the rate he’s goin’

  • I don’t like these Jeff… You’re only reminding me of what’s to come in Montreal not too long from now! Snow, snow and more snow!

    But no, these are really great!

  • Maw

    how is it even possible to paint stuff like this..

  • The highlord of adventure

    I find it hard tobelieve that they’re paintings. Nice nonetheless.

  • amazing. could swear the last one is a photo.

  • holy wow.

    wow.

    holy.

  • that cannot be humanly possible.

  • ben

    so beautiful





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