08.02.10 by Jeff

Ryan Browning

Love these paintings by Ryan Browning. Maryland.

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ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting

ryan browning artist painter painting













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



  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    makes me think sci-fi-paperback-like. nice, the last 1 especially (sucker for snow)

  • http://www.victorkphotography.com/ victor

    Reminds me of superman’s fortress of solitude….

  • http://www.gomattwood.blogspot.com matt wood

    Dang! Ryan’s paintings somehow quench my thirst for sweet, sticky color. yum.

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  • David

    i like the colors the shapes gives this paintings a futuristic theme

  • http://www.ugooh.tumblr.com ugooh

    Wow, i love it.

  • Sla

    These are wonderful! Are they done in Oil?

  • http://www.johngberry.com JGBerry

    Love the color on the burning shape painting.

  • http://www.discoensemble.com Elisa

    Finnish band Disco Ensemble bought Browning’s painting “Birth of an Island” and it’s the album cover for their upcoming album.

    http://www.discoensemble.com

    And here’s a video of the painting being re-stretched:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEJM8Flot7w

  • Olivia

    It’s the cover of Disco Ensemble’s Island of Disco Ensemble. :DDD





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Photo by @davidg16er

 
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