09.05.12 by Jeff

Shaun Ferguson

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings
Paintings by Shaun Ferguson.

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

Artist painter Shaun Ferguson paintings

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



  • escobar

    wow these are beautiful. i love the muted palette.

  • lepetitfaon

    beautiful style and technique, a certain serenity to these however I somehow wish the subjects were doing more in them, I think they would be so beautiful with some more movement

  • Museich

    I agree, lepetitfaon: “beautiful style and technique, a certain serenity to these however I somehow wish the subjects were doing more in them.” I respect your thoughts. I feel, though, that additional activity would detract from the sole existence that each subject (action, individual and window) represents; quietly and strongly. Escobar, states a significant attribute which is solidly conveyed: “muted palette.” Love the texture.





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