14.04.10 by Jeff

Gideon Chase

Brilliant paintings by Gideon Chase.

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting

gideon chase artist painter painting













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



  • i want them all!!

    if theres a known way to get a print from some of them please contact me.

    excellent work, damn it

  • These are just brilliant!

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  • these are amazing!

  • johnny K

    SO AMAZING!!!
    Count me in…
    where can I get them?

    • Hi Johnny,

      We are actually opening a solo show of Gideon’s work tomorrow night in San Francisco, check out the website for available work.

      http://www.eleanorharwood.com/Site/Home.html

      His pricing starts at about $600 for some of the smaller and older pieces and goes to about $1400.

      Let me now if you want to pursue it — his work is amazing!!

      Any chance that you’ll be in SF? The show runs through July 14th.

      Best Wishes,
      Eleanor Harwood

  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    Pillow-fight = awesome. Love the mountains in #7, too.

  • Eric

    The bed is fucking funny.





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