06.04.10 by Jeff

Serena Cole

Watercolor and colored pencil drawings by Serena Cole.

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing

artist painter painting serena cole watercolor drawing













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



  • I love the unpredictability of watercolors. These are great.

  • Kristen

    Absolutely amazing.

  • ashley

    beautiful

  • Nothing like a good dose of mixed media! Brilliant

  • Glorious, wondrous, splendid.

  • Thanks very much to Jeff for the post and all the kind comments!

    • hey my pleasure Serena! i probably can’t afford originals right now but do you sell any prints of your work?

  • Striking colors and shapes. I can feel there is a dialogue between her depictions of women and those of Gustav Klimt’s, but Serena’s have a dramatic tone and urgency that are quite unique.
    Breath-taking.

  • Thanks again guys. No, I don’t have any prints available but feel free to check the flat files of Triple Base http://www.basebasebase.com . Prints are a good idea- I’ll let you know when I get that ball rolling!

    • Malene

      I love your paintings! Please make prints!

      – Malene Vinther, Denmark

  • Gold?!?!? I’m not sure if I love it or think it’s super cheesy…either way it invokes a response which is a good thing.

  • Jess

    lovelyyy reminds me of Klimpt a bit.

  • I don’t even have words great enough to explain these pieces, WoW!
    people are beautiful..peace:)

  • LOU

    I love it!!

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  • Erika D.

    I think knowing that she went to my college makes me more proud to be going there. She did a presentation today, at orientation, and I was honestly amazed by her work. And also astonished that I have seen her work on other blogs before. She inspired me. Even though I an overall a writer.

    • what college is that!

      • Erika D.

        California College of the Arts.

      • oh ok cool

  • Natalie

    Totally reminiscent of Klimt. Love it.

  • Love the texture and the tone.Brilliant!





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