09.09.11 by Jeff

Will Barras

More paintings by my friend Will Barras.

Artist painter Will Barras paintings

Artist painter Will Barras paintings

Artist painter Will Barras paintings

Artist painter Will Barras paintings

Artist painter Will Barras paintings

Artist painter Will Barras paintings

Artist painter Will Barras paintings













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



  • Absolutely love his work. Amazing!

  • Gorgeous – love the mix of colors and the atmosphere that’s created…it’s dreamlike, yet grounded.

    • Samantha Van Geel

      good call, I agree

  • Whoa, these are very impressive

  • Stuart

    SO vividly and accurately making the pictures in my head, into real life on paper or canvas or whatever. The craftsmanship is so impressive and striking and all of it so really real and life like. The coulours, the everything. So much balance and creativity. That first work is almost aesthetically perfect for me. Fucking Bravo

  • Really really beautiful paintings. Kind of thing I’d like on my wall 🙂

  • Lovely work

  • lapetitefaon

    ahhhh, so many layers so much to look at, especially the girl on the phone





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