My company, Maia Gilman Architect PLLC, recently completed interior layout design services for a new boutique and gallery in Chatham, NJ, called Scooch A Mi. Check it out! Owner Ellen Eppie has a full range of creative, colorful, culturally-varied and affordable gifts for the holiday season and beyond. I'm thrilled to contribute the thriving of … Continue reading New Boutique & Gallery!
Jump on it! Described by shaman Janet StraightArrow as a journey of awakening and finding positive ways of taking action to assist a world in environmental distress and by architect and AIA Middle East president Raya Ani as a timely and contemporary novel about love and care for the world—The Erenwine Agenda helps us … Continue reading Heading out for the weekend? This Saturday/Sunday only, my books are free!
I'm working on a new bio, inspired by Dan Blank. It's taking shape...here it is: I design, write and paint to reveal deeper connecting rivers of light that flow through our problems and carry us to solutions. I am interested in the weave of words, images and form as they fix our focus on what … Continue reading Getting Personal…
Starting tomorrow, Friday, my visionary ecofiction novel The Erenwine Agenda will be available for free, worldwide, on any digital device. Visit the Kindle page all weekend to download. Thanks, enjoy, and spread the word! -Maia http://www.maiakumarigilman.com
This inspired video by Finite Visual captures the essence of my visionary ecofiction novel, The Erenwine Agenda. Click the Youtube link to watch in higher resolution. There is also one on Facebook in a lower resolution. You can see more about the novel here on Amazon and here on Goodreads. Please enjoy, share, and let … Continue reading The Erenwine Agenda video is out!
Tomorrow is the March for Science, coincident with Earth Day. I've been a fan of the "Every Day is Earth Day" mentality for a long time and so to recognize this particular Earth Day as unique, is a mindshift. It is unique. It is a day to focus on the direction we want to go. … Continue reading March for Science