27.01.10 by Jeff

Amy Ross

New paintings by Amy Ross from her show, Brother Wolf.

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amy ross artist painter painting steven zevitas brother wolf gallery

amy ross artist painter painting steven zevitas brother wolf soldier  gallery

amy ross artist painter painting steven zevitas brother wolf soldier  gallery

amy ross artist painter painting steven zevitas wolf soldier  gallery

amy ross artist painter painting steven zevitas wolf brother soldier  gallery













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



  • using watercolors was a brilliant move – love it

  • Daniel Hirunrusme

    There’s something I like about this series.. and I’m keeping it to myself.

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH these are the best posts this morning! What the f the last one is just insane. So beautiful. Can’t wait to send this link to everyone I know! Killer stuff!!!

  • robert

    i almost has something romantic.

  • robert

    it @.@

  • carla

    wow wow wow. these are so much more meaningful than i first expected. gorgeous.

  • rob

    wow, these paintings are solid :)

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  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    dogs of war thanks for this

  • I LOVE IT really, nice work.





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