18.04.11 by Jeff

Nicholas Bohac

Paintings by Nicholas Bohac.

artist painter painting nicholas bohac

artist painter painting nicholas bohac

artist painter painting nicholas bohac

artist painter painting nicholas bohac

artist painter painting nicholas bohac

artist painter painting nicholas bohac













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



  • Jakob

    Robert Smithson would’ve enjoyed these

  • I love the use of color in these. Kind of psychedelic.

  • wow, I really love these

  • So colorful! =D

  • I remember seeing his works at a show when I was living in San Francisco. I think I still have the showcard somewhere… He’s got really good stuff!

  • The last one especially holds appeal for me. Great color work. I really wish booooooom would post the medium.

  • These are amazing.

  • Thanks BOOOOOOOM! and everybody else, this made my day.

    Also, medium is Acrylic and mixed media. Lots of photo and cut collage, spraypaint, ink, silkscreen. Acrylic is the base for all the work though. On canvas.

  • Rain

    These are really sweet. Diggin’ the fine lines and patterns.





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