07.07.11 by Jeff

Dana Schutz

Paintings by Dana Schutz.

Artist painter Dana Schutz painting

Artist painter Dana Schutz painting

Artist painter Dana Schutz painting

Artist painter Dana Schutz painting













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



  • great painter… but why showcase her work if she’s already established?

  • Caio

    why? because she’s good!
    i didn’t know her work before, and i liked it.

  • Incredible painter! Loved her artist talk at University of Waterloo Art Gallery this year!

  • I’d never heard of her until this post. Great work—thanks for posting!

  • KC

    You should check out her newer work

  • The sense of humor in these hides the great use of color involved here. The last one really does it for me!

  • Good work, a little crazy, but I like the idea.

  • dana schutz is the bestest

  • I thought the first one was a jetpack until I realized the person was faceing forward smoking the cig. I want a jetpack now.





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