24.06.10 by Jeff

Alejandra Knoll

Paintings by Alejandra Knoll.

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

Artist painter Alejandra Knoll

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

  • baronvonjon

    Excellent work. Chaotically colorful, without adding too much confusion. I’d really love to see it in person. Has she ever exhibited in NYC?

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  • http://wylie.su Wylie

    Chaos and sexuality. Very nice.

  • Morgan

    wow, I’m with you, Baronvonjon, would love to see this in person


  • http://lactoseintolerart.blogspot.com Lactose Intoler-Art

    Beautiful work. There is something about this that is just SO visually appealing.

  • sophia

    wow! love the hidden sexuality— erotic and pleasingly confusing

  • Dylan Hill

    that last one is just amazing… very cool works

  • kelly

    these are just fantastic. instant mood lift.

  • alejandra

    its me! thanks!!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      hi alejandra

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