09.03.11 by Jeff

Theo Altenberg

Paintings by Theo Altenberg.

artist painter painting theo altenberg

artist painter painting theo altenberg

artist painter painting theo altenberg

artist painter painting theo altenberg

artist painter painting theo altenberg

artist painter painting theo altenberg













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



  • Morgan A

    All so very beautiful. I want one.

  • Beautiful. Love them. I want one too!

  • These are amazing, love the last one most.

    • Lea

      Agree :)

  • Cool! Didn’t think that I liked theese really strong, explosive colors but Theo proved me wrong.

  • ALICKS

    I ADMIRE THE IDEA BEHIND ALL THIS. THE ACTUAL IDEA OF HOW TO MAKE IT. I’M GLAD SOMEONE WAS ABLE TO DO WAY MORE WITH IT THAN I EVER COULD. I LOVE IT!

  • So dreamlike and full of soft beauty.

  • lapetitefaon

    I don’t even understand how someone thinks this sort of thing up…so gorgeous

  • It have something of Yago Hortal artworks, but with more density. And… I love it !
    http://bingbangpouf.wordpress.com/2010/08/23/yago-hortal-colors/

  • zyndria

    absolutely brilliant pieces!

  • 4th piece has amazing color scheme. LOVE

  • eriqu

    Wonderful! I especially love no 4 + 5. Thank you Theo.





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