14.12.09 by Jeff

David Schnell

Paintings by David Schnell. Germany.

david schnell one abstract artist painter painting

david schnell artist painter two painting

david schnell artist three painting

david schnell four painter painting

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



  • i LOVE these

  • these are awesome,what paint does he use?

  • Caitlin

    I’m so glad you posted about this artist! I saw one of his paintings in the Denver Art Museum a couple of years ago and instantly fell in love!

  • the last one takes me away

  • very dreamy

  • ashi

    this really beg to be seen up close

    • ashi

      *these

  • these are epic

  • beans

    so so so good!

  • Bosco

    These are so beautiful!

  • willycolor

    like peter doig looking at his own work on acid

  • A fly’s eye view? These are wonderfully unique.

  • wow..

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  • jiff

    schön

  • they’re very architectural. I get lost in a dream world of “barely there” buildings… where outside & inside are one.





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