11.10.10 by Jeff

Norbert Bisky

Paintings by Norbert Bisky.

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artist painter painting norbert bisky

artist painter painting norbert bisky

artist painter painting norbert bisky

artist painter painting norbert bisky













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



  • morgan

    love the technique and style

  • I love art but especially this abstract, symbolic and surreal.
    The art that you represent is based mostly on the abstract what proves your individual with deep insight, free, new thinking and the avant-garde creativity that I appreciate most among all artists.

    Your art proves you do not like trifles but you are concerned about the depth of the reality that all naturalists that replicate real treat superficial.

    Your soul is unique and verifull and feel, that behind this real reality hides all of its depth and only the abstract, people know (people who think abstract-has large abstract abilities and thinking), that the most important thing to understand it, this supernatural with the deep spiritual insight thinking, able to interpret the spiritual content of this abstract, symbolic and surreal arts.

    I really honestly love your abstract sense and mind.
    Good luck as an abstract artist, as an individualist and as an spiritual realities avant-garde artist.





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