30.09.10 by Jeff

Echo Eggebrecht

Paintings by Echo Eggebrecht. New York City.

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artist painter painting echo eggebrecht

artist painter painting echo eggebrecht

artist painter painting echo eggebrecht

artist painter painting echo eggebrecht

artist painter painting echo eggebrecht













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



  • i love her name!

  • Wow, very interesting. I love the one with all the animals, and the blue and pink side of the room with the shadow person coming in is a little eery. And the chaos on the wallpaper on the right is really interesting, I love how some of the detail looks almost as if other outside elements were added to the painting afterwards, yet it still blends in together somehow.

  • fiorella

    i can’t stop staring at them. i’m enchanted :)

  • VERA

    That hat at the last one creates very Magritte-ish vibe. Actually they all have a surrealistic feeling. Gorgeous.

  • jetsonjoe

    textural, lyrical, kinda mamma anderson like…and a few other german (previously east german) school of painting…





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