19.09.11 by Jeff

Andrew Young

Paintings by Andrew Young. Definitely my favourite painter in Vancouver at the moment, supremely talented, and a nice guy to boot. You better get your hands on his work while you can still afford it.

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

Vancouver based artist painter Andrew Young

See some of Andrew’s earlier work here.













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



  • lapetitefaon

    yes, these are completely insane, completely utterly insane

  • Laura

    My 3 year old looked at these and said, “Oh that looks so hurt.” Interesting stuff.

  • http://www.kfmgallery.com Kristin Forbes-Mullane

    these are awesome.. totally loving the first one

  • http://www.abenaasomaning.com GHOSTRAIN

    this is amaaaazing! really great

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/timodrey/ T2

    really amazing works

  • http://about.me/vanessadtam Vanessa

    Wowowow thanks Jeff for posting Andrews work! I’ve been lucky to see these paintings in progress :)

  • http://jardleyjean-louis.com Jardley

    awesome awesome awesome. I’ve seen that piece with the girl holding the pencil with her mouth frequently. Happy to see more works.

  • Nambo

    this is just THE BEST!!

  • gnc9400

    These are by far the most spectacular paintings I’ve ever seen… Speechless.

  • rhae

    obvious why he’s your favorite. these are really inspiring.

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  • Rain

    Damn. These are awesome. The expressions are flawless.

  • d.no

    Superb!

  • Steven Duncan

    love it!

  • http://bhrwork.tumblr.com LoSo

    Which came first the knife or the teddy bear? These are great.

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  • Pam

    Andrew…these are stunning …really impressive. I concur with my son…you are a good artist!

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