01.10.10 by Jeff

Nolan Haan

Paintings by Nolan Haan.

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks

artist painter painting nolan haan cinder blocks bricks













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



  • Hey Jeff,thanks for discovering my artwork and posting on your site. Much appreciated. Nolan

  • Z0NU5

    These are great. I love seeing variations on a theme like this.

  • Mitchell

    I’ve seen this artist’s work at the Boca Raton Museum of Art (Florida) and they are amazing. Lots more detail than you can see in these images.

  • Janet Jalloul

    Outstanding concept. Elevating cinder blocks to fine art…Love it!

  • Bob Redford

    Awesome.

  • love concrete in art so this is right up my street, great.

  • D, CONORS

    Ingenius concept–masterful and he gets better and better with each new painting!





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