21.09.11 by Jeff

Agustin Sirai

Paintings by Agustin Sirai. Argentina.

artist painter painting Agustin Sirai

artist painter painting Agustin Sirai

artist painter painting Agustin Sirai

artist painter painting Agustin Sirai













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



  • Pablo

    Nice Nice! I liked your work, very much. The first and third are my favorites. Keep the good work going!

    Saludos desde Tierra del Fuego!

  • Floating in space, gorgeous!

  • Loved the 3!!

  • Fascinated Fool

    Those are some straight-up, fantastically wonderful landscapes. I must play a D&D-style game using this same style for the environment, it’s just gorgeous!

  • lapetitefaon

    oh man I wish the last one was a wallpaper! its stunning!

  • Too true fascinated fool, the landscapes are remeniscant of video game levels but the cut trees bring a disturbing realism to them.

  • Amazing, I’d love to see them close up!

  • A Paradis

    It is beautilful images. It is also really close to this landscape paintings made by Sea Hyun Lee: http://www.union-gallery.com/content.php?page_id=2784&offset=1





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