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Graham Gilmore (1963) from small town Winlaw, British Columbia, Canada is known for his loosely executed text based imagery that reflects his idiosyncratic observations on society and the people in his own life.  He finds inspiration from vintage ledger paper and architectural maps and then adds his signature word play to create work that is both intellectually tantalizing and visually inspired.  The chunky letters often cast dark shadows and create both a spatial and a psychological landscape.  Price range from $12,000 for work on paper to $50,000 for large canvases.

Strike Out on Your Own (2009)

With Your Best Interest at Heart as Always (2009)


Turns You On (2005)

(Via Artnet)


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