02.03.11 by Jeff

Rick Leong

Paintings by Rick Leong.

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artist painter painting rick leong

artist painter painting rick leong

artist painter painting rick leong

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



  • Amazing colors in the pieces after the first.

  • Love these, especially the last one.

  • These are really magical. Love the second one: its titled “The wandering rain.”

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  • Lea

    I like the fluffy creature in the first one 🙂

  • very fantastic

  • Shieauwn

    I really like the flow. Reminds me of Art Nouveau and Arthur Rackham.

  • K

    the first one reminds me of miyazaki

  • Big fan of Rick Leong. Love the second one…trippy tree





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