09.02.10 by Jeff

Claire Sherman

Drawings and paintings by Claire Sherman. Brooklyn.

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york

claire sherman artist painter painting new york













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



  • David

    these are nice i like the water in the first and fourth

  • Savannah

    love love love the second to last one. the colors are delicious.

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  • raw, deconstructed. beautiful painterly quality.

  • i want to eat these.
    also… i cant believe another savannah commented on this right before me! hi!!

  • jb

    that first one makes me want to melt my face in gold and playfully splash it at nearby children.





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