17.09.14 by Jeff

Meghan Howland


Paintings by Maine-based artist Meghan Howland. Previously featured here. More below.











Meghan Howland’s Website



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

  • Joey Verano

    I like them. Victorian. These would be right at home in an older woman’s home, behind the couch with the same floral colors and designs as these paintings. :P I just, I really want to see this artist experiment with erotica. The figures are quite-obviously really neat to look at… Why not mix tht w/ subject matter that everyone finds fascinating…. & by that, I obviously mean eroticism. C’mon now?

  • “These would be right at home in an older woman’s home, behind the couch with the same floral colors and designs as these paintings” NO! That is so f*cking out of line. They are sublime, stunning and elegantly painted, not sad and outdated.

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  • Lili

    Unic ! Normal people like all that is ” good ” and honest artist will recognize her talent and courage to him and win elections Qvazi art of today where slaves ( the brutal fight for survival ) and it will be lost even talented artists and critics influenced imposed distorted critically ! Bravo Meghan !

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