29.11.10 by Jeff

Kim Manfredi

Paintings by Kim Manfredi.

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artist painter painting kim manfredi

artist painter painting kim manfredi

artist painter painting kim manfredi

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



  • Alex

    these ones are great. may I ask you for ur drawing techincs, kind of paper, etc.?

    • Ryan

      If you click on the artists name it takes you to their website. She has the mediums in her captions. Have fun.

    • gergő

      i was surprised about she is using oil, but if you want to imitate these or wanted to make shapes like these i would advise you enamel paint

  • Thitima S.

    wow! beautiful!

  • http://mattcollier.com Matt

    There is an explicit mingling of the organic mixtures and geometric shape making.. a grand recipe for interesting paintings!
    (For Alex, a good method also is using oil primer on your canvas, and throwing or painting thinned paint into it- and enamels and mediums and blood and tar and.. )





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