10.08.11 by Jeff

Kaye Donachie

Paintings by Kaye Donachie.

Artist painter Kaye Donachie paintings

Artist painter Kaye Donachie paintings

Artist painter Kaye Donachie paintings

Artist painter Kaye Donachie paintings

Artist painter Kaye Donachie paintings













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



  • not really my style, but i can see loads of potential here , think some of these would work better in black and white though

  • lapetitefaon

    loooove the colors in the first and last, hmm looks like some sort of strange teenage hangout in a cave, I like!

  • i absolutely love this. i love the way the artist blocks out the light and dark in odd colors.

  • getting a moonmilk vibe here. likey.

  • d

    reaally love these. the light in each is so interesting

  • lindsey

    really captures a mood in these. i love it.

  • T :)

    Oh, I absolutly love this!!! <3

  • Awe ya! the second one! for real, this is what a painting looks like! really into it!





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