02.04.12 by Jeff

Lindsey Bull

Artist painter Lindsey Bull
Paintings by Lindsey Bull.

Artist painter Lindsey Bull

Artist painter Lindsey Bull

Artist painter Lindsey Bull

Artist painter Lindsey Bull

lindseybull.com

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



  • antar

    wow this is really interesting , the colours are complex and the themes are obscure but not abusively , i like how the flowers refers sleekly to the youth . looks very newfangled

  • I like the symbolist / expressionist sensibility in these pieces, especially the first one.

  • Sean

    These colors are special. Went to the website and was thrilled to find out that they are also modestly sized works that would fit in a house. Bravo on being a quietly talented painter. 10’s across the board.

    • lepetitfaon

       I agree, quiet is such a good way to describe these paintings, wonderful work

    • lepetitfaon

       I agree, quiet is such a good way to describe these paintings, wonderful work

    • lepetitfaon

       I agree, quiet is such a good way to describe these paintings, wonderful work

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  • Shelterpress

    FYI, Lindsey has a collective book out on SHELTER PRESS

    http://shelter-press.com/main/?cat=17





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