06.12.10 by Jeff

Alex Asher Daniel

Paintings by Alex Asher Daniel.

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artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel

artist painter painting alex asher daniel













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



  • when i posted Alex’s work about 2 years ago he didn’t have a website – i happened to google search him last week and was happy to find that this was no longer the case

  • thitima

    I <3 them.

  • Droolin

    these are splendid

  • Wow these feel so organic and real even in their abstract form.

  • lapetitefaon

    Absolutely gorgeous

  • Beautiful!!

  • wow nice work!

  • ohmygod. oh. my. god. i love these. where can i find more? i love the egon schiele influence.

  • I love the vision of these paintings. Still being able to see the pencil lines leaves a subtle idea of the forms and shapes of the people then the brush strokes and textures give it something different yet you still understand what it is. I love the detail in the faces too, beautiful pieces of art. One of the best parts is that the people are sat in interesting ways, giving different compositions.

  • AMAZING! JUST AMAZING!!!

  • Great work ! Thank you to let us know about this talented artist and about his drawings : a little touch of Egon Schiele, but more voluptuous!
    I’m happy to discover the place here. Thanks.
    From France.

    • welcome hazlo!

  • Daniesh

    I love these! This is pretty much the style I’ve been playing with for the past few weeks in my sketchbook. What medium?

  • So beautiful. I think these are perfect, but they are not… and that makes me love them more.

    Hopefully this acts a little as a inspiration for me not too be afraid of making a ‘wrong’ mark on a page and to not be scared of representing something differently.

    Anyway, like I said, these are really beautiful.

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  • Lu Aregnazan

    Bravisimo! Genial!





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