E.J. Gold

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E.J. Gold is a jazz musician who paints monumental canvasses for jazz concert installations, such as Wynton Marsalis, Toots Thielemans, and Oscar Peterson, Marian McPartland and others at the IAJE's eight concert stages in Toronto 2003. His "Jazz Great" portraits travelled across the United States with the Harlem Renaissance show. Gold is one of the founders of the Grass Valley Graphics Group and the Woodstock Impressionist Workshop. His art is collected by hundreds of individuals and museums, including celebrity collectors Bill & Hillary Clinton, the late King Hussein of Jordan, actors Curtis Armstrong and Catherine Oxenberg, the late Harry Nilsson, Peggy Lee and Billy Barty.

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Low Notes by E.J. Gold
In a Modal Mode by E.J. Gold
Mr. Keyboard by E.J. Gold
Preservation Hall 1956 by E.J. Gold
Flashy Frills by E.J. Gold
Triplets by E.J. Gold
Samba Flute by E.J. Gold
Soulful Bass by E.J. Gold
Vanguard of Jazz by E.J. Gold
A Blue Note for My Baby by E.J. Gold
Birdhouse by E.J. Gold
Lionel Trains by E.J. Gold
Flashy Fingers by E.J. Gold
Deep in the Heart of Harlem by E.J. Gold
Watch Riff by E.J. Gold
Armstrong at Carnegie by E.J. Gold
Milt Gets Into It by E.J. Gold
Tuba Consortium by E.J. Gold
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