10.09.10 by Jeff

Amy Sherald

Paintings by Amy Sherald.

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artist painter painting amy sherald

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



  • The last painting is my favorite! Great color scheme and just a gorgeous painting overall.

  • awesome

  • miss !

    Beautiful colours and subjects! Wow wow wow!

  • Mina

    love them!

  • Colours are everything

  • so

    beautiful color schemes!

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  • lapetitefaon

    WOW I loooove the juxtaposition between the grays and browns and the bright colors. These are really stunning! Adore the first!

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  • alanna

    Amy’s pieces are amazing but infinitely more impactful in person. The marbled liquid-y texture of the background and depth of color alone is beautiful. The story behind her subjects, their clothes and props make these lifesize portraits even more interesting and something the viewer can empathize with





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