Jazz Art Stage Panels lend another dimension to musical peformance.
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 International Association for Jazz Educations' [IAJE's]concert stages in Toronto, New York and Long Beach. His Jazz Greats portraits travelled across the United States with the Harlem Renaissance show and have appeared at Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Hollywood Bowl. His portrait of Herbie Hancock is in the collection of the National Gallery. Gold is one of the founders of the Grass Valley Graphics Group and the School of Reductionism. 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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