28.06.11 by Jeff

Danielle Mysliwiec

Paintings by Danielle Mysliwiec.

Artist painter Danielle Mysliwiec

Artist painter Danielle Mysliwiec

Artist painter Danielle Mysliwiec

Artist painter Danielle Mysliwiec













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



  • What a technique! I saw on the artist site that the medium was oil, on panel. Amazing! I’m very pleased to discover it. Thanks a lot for this report.

  • wait. what? these are paintings? WOW!!

  • lapetitefaon

    holy jesus, cannot get over that these are oils! BEYOND! I love!

  • sr

    paintings? really? If so… amazing!!!

  • PJ

    no f’n way!!!

  • these are paintings!??!?! O_O NO!FUCKING!WAY!…

  • M

    dope!

  • interesting stuff! looks good

  • Oana

    Danielle Mysliwiec’s pieces are build up with ribbons of paint, woven in, out and under to create a three-dimensional, textured surface.

    Continue reading on Examiner.com San Francisco State University: Out Of Order (Geometric abstraction) – San Francisco Museum | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/museum-in-san-francisco/out-of-order-at-sfsu-review#ixzz1QgLhE4mb

  • O.O

  • Hi! Thanks for posting my work here! How did you come to find out about it. I really appreciate the shout out and all of the comments.
    Thanks again!

    • cheers danielle, im not sure i had your site bookmarked, i just came across it





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