February 15, 2007
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Colors: Artist Ed Gilmore talks about his work

Ed Gilmore was born into a family of construction workers and painters. He ran his own painting business in the Bay Area and in North Idaho and would act as color consultant for his customers. In 2004 he decided to take his love of color to the artist’s canvas. At the same time, he was inspired by the film “Pollock” about painter Jackson Pollock. After some early exposure at local Starbuck’s coffee shops, his work was spotted by a management group that is now promoting his work around the nation. He will have his first one-man show, with about 70 paintings and a few sculptures, in Seattle starting Feb. 22.

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