16.02.11 by Jeff

Caio Fern

Paintings by Caio Fern. Brazil.

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artist painter painting caio fern brazil

artist painter painting caio fern brazil

artist painter painting caio fern brazil

artist painter painting caio fern brazil

artist painter painting caio fern brazil

artist painter painting caio fern brazil













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



  • mp

    Ghostly.

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  • Martha Swartz

    Ohhhh….. this is great. I loved his work .

  • I have been an admirer of Caio’s art for some time. I love his passion for art and his pieces!

  • Sandy Gunderson

    Incredible artistry! Very intense, deep and moving! Thank you, Jeff!!!

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  • Laura Tedeschi

    The best! Really master works

  • Love your work!

  • Pamela

    Eerie….very cool 🙂

  • Wonderful work! I’m partial towards the first image, although they all seem to be a part of the whole.

  • Luke Johson

    mix of great masters with spirits. This is what I like.

  • emma

    beautiful!

  • I immediately thought of Francis Bacon on the first painting. It feels so detached and of mysterious personality.





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