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

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



  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

    i love her name!

  • http://lactoseintolerart.blogspot.com Lactose Intoler-Art

    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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