12.01.11 by Jeff

Charmaine Olivia

Paintings by Charmaine Olivia.

artist painter painting charmaine olivia

artist painter painting charmaine olivia

artist painter painting charmaine olivia

artist painter painting charmaine olivia

artist painter painting charmaine olivia

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



  • Samantha

    I was surprised to see the lack of comments left beneath these uploads. I love the feminist aspect of your work! Clearly a very talented artist aswell

  • Nick

    Gorgeous!

  • jay

    especially love the first!

  • Amazing! Love them.

  • David

    beautiful!

    the paintings are all right too…

    huh huh

  • The first is like a Adriana Lama & Lara Stone hybrid.
    The second is more like just Lara solo or maybe with a little Sasha Pivovarova. Like the work!

    • The second one is Georgia Jagger.

      • Thanks Rossina, I just checked them both out side by side,
        very similar for sure & it’s not just the gap. I have must have been mistaking them for one another for awhile. Anywho, a great painting regardless of the original inspiration. Although after flipping back and forth between all three, it does appear that GJ has fuller cheeks, not quite as sculpted as Lara in many photos, which the painting captures.

  • Steven Benton

    Wow! Beautiful work!

  • Jay Emm

    These are so beautiful. Wonderful.

  • frank

    me encanta tu trabajo, mucha sensualidad me gusta

  • Taylor

    Breath taking!!! So gorgeous. Reminds me of Alison Bickle in a way with the theme of feminism.

  • David Eric Fowell

    I loved your work & room on my walls for you to hang one maybe *foxy* or *headless* check out my sculptures on Facebook working on *RED* head and *COPPER* head now xdx David ICEHOUSE SCULPTURES UK @-}–

  • David Eric Fowell

    Ops headress not headless grrrrrr android lol xdx

  • wow! just wow

  • love last work ><

  • muy buen trabajo; las pinturas son muy reales, y los colores excelentes, todo es perfecto se podría decir.

  • ALICKS RENEE

    the women are absolutely beautiful. If you painted them from memory; then I bow down to you. I love painting and photography and I combine mine both, but I don’t know if I’d ever be able to do something like that from memory. Super impressed. The femism in these are amazing too. Very realistic painting style and the colors are great too. I’m just in awe. Keep it up!

  • Gorgeous paintings!

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  • may

    I follow her work for a while and it’s always impressive to see her portfolio again.

  • Amazing, seductive, vibrant, brilliant
    and a bear! love this

  • Daniel de Culla

    Very Lovely. Brilliant Work¡





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