Graham Gillmore

Graham Gillmore was born in 1963 in North Vancouver. Following graduation from Emily Carr College of Art and Design in 1985, he and his art school colleagues found a studio on Cordova Street in Vancouver and the artistic group “Futura Bold” was born. Within a year, this creative force were included in the “Young Romantics” exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery and the careers of five of Canada’s most outstanding young artists were launched. Riding on the success of this initial exhibition, Gillmore moved to New York City. He is a painter best known for his vitriolic use of text as an art form within edgy and often controversial work. Since the mid-80s, he has exhibited annually and has developed a stellar reputation across Canada, the United States and in Europe.

For more information on Graham Gillmore, visit his website​.

 

Op Or Tunist, 2018
archival inkjet and aquatint etching, ed. 80
image: 34.5” x 25”
paper: 40” x 30”

$2000

 

 

Good Rev/Bad Rev, 2005
archival inkjet and 3 plate etching, ed. 50
image: 33.5” x 23.5”
paper: 43.5” x 31.5”

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