10.12.09 by Jeff

Camille Rose Garcia

Paintings by Camille Rose Garcia. Los Angeles.

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



  • bert

    I like that you have to take a very close look to find some specific details!

  • joaquín

    Gary Baseman in da’ house!!

    This guy have a lot of style, but style es when you can’t do something of another way

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      i think its just the drippy stalactite shapes that are reminding you of baseman – the rest of the imagery looks nothing like his work

      • joaquín

        yes, you’re rigth, but also the composition and color temperature it’s similar to baseman’s work. The imaginary of the character it’s not so authentic too, make me the impression that i’ve seen this kind of work many times, in other works, in others artist, it’s fashion now.

      • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

        color temperature? im sorry you’re really stretching

    • rabies

      Fashion is art- sucka!

  • http://theguiltyhyena.blogspot.com The Guilty Hyena

    gorgeous print work

  • jesse

    one of my favorite artists. i have 2 tattoos of her pieces.

  • indigo fay

    It reminds me of Misery’s work. She is a New Zealand artist.

  • http://couturedepapier.blogspot.com Denise

    Reminds me of disney as a kid!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      interesting that you’d say that, i read a bio about Camille that said she spent time growing up going to Disneyland – you can totally see how it permeates her work

    • http://threadarts.blogspot.com Wt Durrance

      I was just thinking that. Kind of a twisted version of Disney. They are a little dark and a little playful at the same time.

  • Bernardo

    I wonder what goes on inside the brain of this artist.
    Beautiful work!

  • Michael

    I love how poisonous this work feels, the colour composition, background textures and characters are all so magnificently composed. Its like an evil acid flashback of a drunken Alice in Wonderland.

  • Claire DeVaney

    Hi –
    I have a framed set of 9 Camille Rose Garcia prints for sale … in Perth, Australia. Comes complete with signed auth cert. I am considering E-bay auction but wanted to give all the fans a heads up.

    I live them, but they are going under appreciated in my house!

    If there is anyone out there that is interested, please drop me a line at devaneyclaire@hotmail.com and I can give you full details.

    As they are framed and pretty fragile, i wouldnt like to courier or post them but, that could be discussed.

    Thanks,
    Claire





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