10.05.10 by Jeff

Richard Jackson

Paintings by Richard Jackson. I love the idea of using a canvas as a brush! Jackson was just up here in Vancouver installing work at Bob Rennie’s gallery and it involved shooting 60,000 paint-dipped bullets from a pellet gun at a canvas. Awesome.

artist painter painting richard jackson bob rennie vancouver pellet gun installation painting canvas as brush

artist painter painting richard jackson  installation painting canvas as brush

artist painter painting richard jackson  installation painting canvas as brush

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



  • Wow. There is some noticeable fresh energy happening in the art world right now. I can feel it.

  • Mina

    whoaaa this is gooodd stuff

  • I walked by the gallery when this was happening, i did a double take and was taken aback. Looked so rad, I was wondering who was up to something.

    Great job!

  • ben kelly

    any pics of this pellet gun piece?

  • jaz

    A W E S O M E !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • vanessa

    This is my friends dad. Random that I stumbled across this, Great work.





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