29.07.11 by Jeff

Naomie Kremer

Paintings by Naomie Kremer.

artist painter Naomie Kremer paintings

artist painter Naomie Kremer paintings

artist painter Naomie Kremer paintings

artist painter Naomie Kremer paintings

artist painter Naomie Kremer paintings

artist painter Naomie Kremer paintings













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



  • http://www.talenthouse.com/yuksellcengiz yükselcengiz

    very good.expression

  • http://www.louisezhang.com Louise

    This is kind of really intense, chaotic.
    It makes me feel a wee bit anxious, in a good way!

  • http://www.newnotnewart.blogspot.com NewNotNewArt

    I really like this stuff! I could sit and stare at the paintings for hours!

  • http://felipeavila.tv Felipe Avila

    Lots of lovely traces 😉

  • http://tajnabhani.ca taj nabhani

    incredible control.

  • http://Www.design4fantasy.com Sayeh

    Nice Abstract experessionism, but I can see real scenes in it. This is the beauty of it.





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