25.08.10 by Jeff

Jenny Morgan

Paintings by Jenny Morgan.

artist painter painting jenny morgan

artist painter painting jenny morgan

artist painter painting jenny morgan

artist painter painting jenny morgan

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

  • http://randymora.blogspot.com/ Randy Mora

    this is brilliant

  • http://www.frightglove.wordpress.com Calvin

    These are incredible.

  • http://everydayiveknownyou.com michael

    I love these facial expressions.

  • so

    the hair looks so real

  • shaya

    um, whoa. i’m at a loss for words.

  • Jenevieve

    They look as incredible in person. Immaculate. Vibrating.

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  • lapetitefaon

    yes! vibrating! The word I was looking for! Unreal, especially the second to last! Completely in love!

  • emilyrugburn

    freekin awsome! so brilliant

  • Thitima

    good thing

    wonderful art works

  • EM


  • http://cargocollective.com/elvisbenicio Elvis Benício

    wowww! realist cool! fresh

  • JCD

    Beautifully executed, somewhat emotionally void… always questioning perspectives of a reality in their instance… and blah blah blah, love ’em!

  • http://www.plusgallery.com Ivar

    “Jenny Morgan – Self Portrait” is the first video composition of the acclaimed young painter from New York City. Morgan discusses the more intimate details of several of her most compelling paintings of the last 4 years, works that have defined her as one of the top emerging talents in the US. Known for her exquisite and revealing self portraits as well as her interpretations of other people in her life, Morgan’s body of work redefines the genre of contemporary portraiture.

    Filmed in August, 2011 at the end of her summer residency in Denver, Colorado. Directed by Plus Gallery owner Ivar Zeile and assistant Ryan Pattie. Composition and editing by Ryan Pattie.


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Watch the beautiful video below!

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