26.08.10 by Jeff

Nicholas Bohac

Paintings by Nicholas Bohac. San Francisco, California.

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nicholas bohac artist painter painting

nicholas bohac artist painter painting

nicholas bohac artist painter painting

nicholas bohac artist painter painting

nicholas bohac artist painter painting

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



  • Nice. Very Nice paintings. And the colours.

  • Some of these look like they could be Parts & Labor album art haha.

    Excellent overall.

  • fiorella

    amazing!!! i love them all. like wonderland, lots of passion through his eyes. thank you for sharing.

  • i love the background of the fourth painting! they all are good :)

  • My initial impression of your work is that you’re dealing with the subject of encroachment. I dig what you’re doing; it’s kind of reminiscent of a few of the things I’ve got kicking around in my head right now.

  • lapetitefaon

    Wow! I love the colors! AHHH!!!

  • I want to live inside of these paintings and start a new life! I don’t say that often. Also loving the colors!

  • MOrgan

    oh so pretty

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