07.07.11 by Jeff

Lisa Sanditz

Paintings by Lisa Sanditz.

Artist painter Lisa Sanditz paintings

Artist painter Lisa Sanditz paintings

Artist painter Lisa Sanditz paintings

Artist painter Lisa Sanditz paintings

Artist painter Lisa Sanditz paintings













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



  • wonderful sense of perspective and playful approach. KUDOS!

  • Sean Alexander

    these are really good abstract works. the first is awesome!

  • I love the first, very ominous.

  • Molly McAuley

    beautiful!

  • wow her work is great. feels very relevant. thank you for sharing.

  • AKJ

    Amazing. Reminds me of early John Hartman works, before he got lazy. The last one is especially good.

  • I love your work… it is truly diverse!
    Take care,
    Lisa

  • PJ

    there are no titties in these works, i thought that was the theme today?

  • kc

    I like the space in the 3rd one.

  • lapetitefaon

    Want more in the style of the first! So beautiful! Love the color and the cute little houses in the back!

  • Im LOVING the one I think is a department store (the 3rd one).

  • Such an unusual color use! It’s damn creative. She rocks!

  • The first one is so powerful!





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