18.03.10 by Jeff

Christine Gray

Gorgeous paintings by Christine Gray.

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting

christine gray artist painter painting













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



  • I LOVE the one third from the bottom! And I LOVE reblogging some of this stuff, such a great website you have! I’m on too often!

    • for some reason that one reminds me of spiders!

  • chk

    These are beautiful :)

  • These are really fantastic. Lots of other great work on her site too. Very inspiring!

  • oh my goodness gracious. this is truly amazing.

  • paige

    Yes, spiders. I totally see that, but I love it!

  • I love how she creates dept in her work

  • JCD

    Beautiful, I was instantly drawn in for a closer look. Great clarity and color, interesting subject matter; bringing the mathematical feel into very organic and natural subjects.

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