10.02.12 by Jeff

Andy Curlowe

Artist painter Andy Curlowe
Paintings by Andy Curlowe.

Artist painter Andy Curlowe

Artist painter Andy Curlowe

Artist painter Andy Curlowe

Artist painter Andy Curlowe

curlowe.com

via: art hound













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



  • Saraya

    Love the contrast of the muted and hints of brights in these pieces. Also enjoy the map like and architectural references. Great job on the site here, always beautiful selections.

  • It is fantastic that Curlowe is getting some well-deserved recognition. I love the evolution of his work and actually own some earlier pieces. The new stuff is amazing! Wish I could afford it.

  • Sue

    Talented guy! I own several of his works and treasure them.





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