07.11.11 by Jeff

Resa Blatman

Paintings on intricately cut panels by Resa Blatman.

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

Intricately cut paintings by artist painter Resa Blatman

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



  • Another amazing artist I’ve discovered on BOOM! Really awesome work!

    • I love Resa’s work. She is making possibly the most ambitious and unique paintings in the Boston area. I wish I had thought of doing all the things she’s doing, although even if I had, I don’t think I could have pulled it off.

  • Exquisite work. I wonder what the next step beyond the edge cut pieces will be.

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  • kk

    exquisite use of exacto knife and blending of colors





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