13.03.12 by Jeff

Erin McSavaney

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney
“HWY 101”, paintings by Erin McSavaney. Vancouver.

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney

Vancouver based artist painter Erin McSavaney

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



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  • Du_mb

    I like it.

  • The subtle textures and colors does it for me.

    Has the kind of mood I frequently long to be in.

  • nice!

    those colours are like oil and rain mixing

  • Very calming and serene. Beautifully muted.

  • The top painting almost reminds me of a scene from Twin Peaks. Dark yet alluring; evergreens, rain and mist.

    Christi at theartcake.com, an art blog

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  • lapetitefaon

    I love how these paintings look like they are coated in mist! Also its been a couple of years since I looked at his work and its REMARKABLE how his style has evolved, I love this!





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