20.05.13 by Jeff

Joanne Nam

paintings by artist joanne nam
Beautiful paintings by Joanne Nam.

paintings by artist joanne nam

paintings by artist joanne nam

paintings by artist joanne nam

paintings by artist joanne nam

paintings by artist joanne nam

paintings by artist joanne nam

paintings by artist joanne nam

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



  • At first I couldn’t tell if the facial distortions were intentional or not, but I think the fact that they are keeps me looking at it longer to examine all the other details going on.

    Beautiful stuff

  • drew mosley

    Absolutely stunning. Great ambiance, its like you can here the leaves rustle or the long gasp.

  • moa

    Oh, reminds me of Aron Wiesenfelds pieces.

  • CeeeMarie

    The first one with the lady in white reminds me of the beginning of Melancholia. Love these. Beautiful

  • Jaimie Fitzsimmons

    no words for how beautiful, original, and interesting these are!

  • Nicole

    Flower Pepper Gallery has an upcoming exhibit of Joanne’s newest works opening Saturday, September 7, 2013 from 6:30-9:30pm.
    Email contact@flower-pepper.com to be added to the preview list.





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