05.08.10 by Jeff

Mary Jane Ansell

Paintings by Mary Jane Ansell.

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

mary jane ansell artist painter painting

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

  • http://iconology.therndm.com JRameau

    Looks Amazing

  • http://princeronel.com prince

    my god is these picture or paintings?

  • Kirky


  • Simon Birch

    The paintings remind me of portraits by Andrew Wyeth. Especially the use of lighting and texture. The subjects, even when looking at the viewer, have these emotionless expressions. Very powerful shit dawg!

  • http://flickr.com/guidddo guido

    the haaaaairrrrr!!!!!!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/milotakespictures THE EFFIN’ BOYFRIEND

    Yessir these are beautiful. So beautiful. Adam Ant bought the one in the hat I heard…..

  • Vanessa

    The skin looks amazing!!! SO REALISTIC!!!!

  • http://www.deptm2.com mike m

    These are pretty amazing!

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  • Ruth

    The fifth one is fabulous.

  • C T Prajapati

    Superb, above realistic.

  • Paul G.

    Beautiful work. I wouldn’t describe the faces as expressionless, though; they strike me more as a bit distrustful, slightly annoyed, distant. The Asian looking woman looks more questioning, even caring from the side.

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