23.11.09 by Jeff

Bruce Wilhelm

Paintings by Bruce Wilhelm.

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bruce wilhelm artist painter painting

bruce wilhelm artist painter painting

bruce wilhelm artist painter painting

bruce wilhelm artist painter painting

bruce wilhelm artist painter painting

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



  • the first image is especially delicious

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  • For a minute I thought my hit counter had malfunctioned today. Thank you very much for including my work.

    • my pleasure bruce, your work is fantastic! glad people are hopping over to your site

  • jessica

    Stretched Out Souls has caught my eye. But they’re all eerie. and mysterious.

  • vishal

    this is just good.
    why didn’t think of this

  • rachel

    fuckin trippyyy!
    so good.

  • Jennifer

    Danggg, his work is so pleasing to my eyes, it’s amazing.

  • katie

    this dude is with ada gallery in richmond va

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  • nice, kinda reminds of neo rauch…

  • otis

    Bruce, you are awesome!





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