20.10.11 by Jeff

Chloe Early

Paintings by Chloe Early, her show opens at Joshua Liner tonight.

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

Artist painter Chloe Early

http://chloeearly.com/

 

Chloe Early solo show – “Feathers and Wax”

October 20 – November 19 2011

Opening Reception Thursday Oct 20, 6-9PM

Joshua Liner Gallery

548 W. 28th Street, 3rd Floor, New York

 













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



  • rhae

    i’m really attracted to these. i wonder what the scale of these paintings is.

  • Lots of Aloha
    From Paradise
    For Tonight

  • I love the dramatic painting styles with the running paint and circular paint strokes. I’ve never seen round paintings before, it’s a great idea and really emphasises the motion of the people. The colour palettes are really nice, not colours I would think to use together but I always love that when you see something different that really works. I’d love a canvas of one of these.

  • Chromatic scale really nice and then the use of the circular support is always impressive.

  • I think if the last may be taken in Italy.

  • alicks

    Wow…

  • just awesome. one of the best use of circular canvases i’ve seen in a long time.

  • imagine the circular ones printed on your favorite band’s album disk!

  • Amazing images.





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