18.12.09 by Jeff

Jason Karolak

Paintings by Jason Karolak. New York.

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jason karolak two artist painter

jason karolak three artist painting

jason karolak four  painter painting

jason karolak five artist painter

jason karolak six artist painting

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

  • http://www.ambulantic.com ambulantic

    subtly amazing.

  • http://www.orangealert.net/ Jason

    I am a big fan of Jason’s work. Here is an interview I did with Jason a couple of years ago (http://wearduringorangealert.blogspot.com/2008/02/artist-of-week_20.html).

  • http://arthound.net Kate

    his paintings are pretty awesome. maybe this is a cynical interpretation but they remind me of someone on the verge of a complete emotional meltdown (esp. 1,3 & 5).

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  • http://rebeccatheresawood@gmail.com reesa

    LOVE! the repition and pattern, and thoughtfulness of the colors. way to be complex while still keeping it intact and simple enough to have a bang!

  • DylanS

    I love these.

  • http://www.jessedraxler.com Jesse Draxler

    the motion in these is excellent.

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  • Jacob

    Jason come back to New York. We miss you!! I love where you have taken yourself since the days when we were in school. For me, it’s wonderful to see what you were doing back in the day and see it transform into this beautiful work. CONGRATS you deserve it.

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