11.11.10 by Jeff

Dena Schuckit

Paintings by Dena Schuckit.

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artist painter painting dena schuckit

artist painter painting dena schuckit

artist painter painting dena schuckit

artist painter painting dena schuckit













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



  • parker

    I like this. I don’t know why. But I do.

  • Me too…

  • Roberto Garcia

    like it.

  • Ami

    Great colors, great composition and movement. I could look at these for ever. Very intriguing.

  • ike ezi

    yes i feel you guys i see it as some type of air craft hahah

  • egiova

    Kandinski meet Pollock. Very dynamic. A lot of control on these compositions. Brilliant.

    Oil paint? Acrylic? Mixed techniques? Difficult to say.

    Good thing: web allows to discover new artists.
    Bad thing: it reduced paintings to images.

    Hope someday to be able to see these paintings by my eyes and not only throught the web lens.
    I’m impressed.

    • Ami

      It really is too bad that images on the web can only capture so much of the real painting. I wish I could see these in person. I can only imagine…
      Still, it is great to see all of these art works every day.

  • Ami

    Also, I checked out the artist’s web site and I believe these are acrylic on wood.

  • Morgan

    ahhhh amazing, the first one really gets me for similar reasons Parker stated





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