Ed Trask

NEKST tribute train, 2019

Ed Trask

NEKST tribute train, 2019

acrylic on canvas

36 x 36 in

$3,000.00

the old daily grind, 2019

Ed Trask

the old daily grind, 2019

acrylic on canvas

30 x 40 in

$3,100.00

lombardy and floyd, 2019

Ed Trask

lombardy and floyd, 2019

acrylic on canvas

48 x 72 in

SOLD

running a flooded pipeline, 2019

Ed Trask

running a flooded pipeline, 2019

acrylic on canvas

36 x 48 in

SOLD

spring teases the wetlands, 2019

Ed Trask

spring teases the wetlands, 2019

acrylic on canvas

84 x 108 in

SOLD

forsythia foreshadow, dogwood dell, 2019

Ed Trask

forsythia foreshadow, dogwood dell, 2019

acrylic on panel

44 x 36 in

SOLD

headed back into town, 2019

Ed Trask

headed back into town, 2019

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

SOLD

on the outskirts, 2019

Ed Trask

on the outskirts, 2019

acrylic on canvas

36 x 36 in

SOLD

red maples, maymont park, 2019

Ed Trask

red maples, maymont park, 2019

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

SOLD

NEKST tribute train, 2019

Ed Trask

NEKST tribute train, 2019

acrylic on canvas

36 x 36 in

$3,000.00

spring teases the wetlands, 2019

Ed Trask

spring teases the wetlands, 2019

acrylic on canvas

84 x 108 in

SOLD

red maples, maymont park, 2019

Ed Trask

red maples, maymont park, 2019

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

SOLD

the old daily grind, 2019

Ed Trask

the old daily grind, 2019

acrylic on canvas

30 x 40 in

$3,100.00

forsythia foreshadow, dogwood dell, 2019

Ed Trask

forsythia foreshadow, dogwood dell, 2019

acrylic on panel

44 x 36 in

SOLD

lombardy and floyd, 2019

Ed Trask

lombardy and floyd, 2019

acrylic on canvas

48 x 72 in

SOLD

headed back into town, 2019

Ed Trask

headed back into town, 2019

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

SOLD

running a flooded pipeline, 2019

Ed Trask

running a flooded pipeline, 2019

acrylic on canvas

36 x 48 in

SOLD

on the outskirts, 2019

Ed Trask

on the outskirts, 2019

acrylic on canvas

36 x 36 in

SOLD

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Ed Trask
Ed Trask, after growing up in Loudoun County VA, left his rural existence, moved to Richmond VA and enrolled into the Virginia Commonwealth University’s painting program. While in school he spent every waking hour playing music in the mid 80’s Richmond punk scene and painting. By his third year in school, after many attempts to get gallery attention, he decided to make the many dilapidated buildings surrounding his school his gallery. Paintings were painted directly on buildings, or done on boards and screwed onto the buildings illegally until the city was covered. In 1992 Ed graduated with a painting degree and moved to Washington D.C. where he started touring with Dischord records band the Holy Rollers, and continued to paint illegal murals all over the world. Three years later he moved back to Richmond to join the band Kepone . While the demand for his paintings started to grow, he figured he should start a gallery and make a go at mural and sign work. Since then the work has never stopped flowing in, and Ed’s paintings and murals have been collected into many permanent collections including Gap, Capitol One, Dominion Energy, Fortune Magazine, N.B.C. Philip Morris, Media General and Play inc. Ed now plays in the bands AVAIL and Corntooth, continues to have art shows worldwide and has his studio in Richmond where he lives with his beautiful wife and two children.
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