10.03.11 by Jeff

Sea Hyun Lee

Paintings by Sea Hyun Lee.

artist painter painting sea hyun lee

artist painter painting sea hyun lee

artist painter painting sea hyun lee

artist painter painting sea hyun lee

artist painter painting sea hyun lee

artist painter painting sea hyun lee













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



  • Lea

    Nice play with the dimensions. The first really confuses me.

  • These are really cool, I’d love to see them up-close and in person.

  • Nicole

    love love love

  • Niv

    Love these.

  • these are doing it for me

  • Wonderful.

  • Fantastic! almost like mountain toile, but waaaay better.

  • These paintings are phenomenal! I agree with Rebecca, they remind me of toile but are infinitely cooler.

  • Renato

    woooow! look who amazing he/she plays with the perspective and the distance between the islands. awesome!!!

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don’t even know where to start, these are so so so special also thought of toile! Except…yeah agree with everyone else, this totally trumps it

  • oh!amazing!

  • Love it ! Lot of beautiful details… ! I would love to see these painting up-close !

  • Steve

    these are beautiful!

  • oh man oh man oh man oh man oh man i want to live there. these are superb, so wonderful, so simple, so defined and elegant.

  • So incredible.





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