I am deeply honored to be a part of an international group of artists who will be exhibiting work at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, this Spring. Within the next few days, I will have more information to share publicly with you. Today, I offer a dress rehearsal of some of my work in … Continue reading Dress Rehearsal
Artist Statement Praetervectio: Passage In a time of change, I am called to find a new path, and to go within to find its trailhead. It expresses itself through color, line and light, and merges with my daily rituals: make coffee, start the car, listen to music... go to work, be with my children… cook … Continue reading Come to my art opening (February 4)!
Wishing you all a happy new year from my studio in Chatham, New Jersey, where I am taking a break from ironing out abstractly-painted and huge sheer fabric panels that are coming ready for display at one of my three upcoming art shows... a busy and exciting year of creativity ahead. I launched into the … Continue reading It’s all new!
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!
One of the best moments of this whole art-and-book work came this morning when I went into the Lundt-Glover Gallery before all the lights had been turned on, and my artwork was hung and level on the walls, readied the day before for tonight's art opening. Alone with my art and the diffuse skylight-filtered light... … Continue reading My Art Opening & Book Signing – Tonight!
Written in support of science and my adopted home country, with an "Every Day is Earth Day" feeling in mind. Shared with you today. Feel free to click and download, share. The image links to jpeg, pdf and png files of the same. Art and poem by me. ❤ with love, Maia http://www.maiakumarigilman.com
Why I travel Because I am human, and I inhabit a physical body, my experience of the sacred is automatically spatial. My experience of the spirit translates easily into the architectures of faith. I explore this. I travel. Because I am human, and because I engage my physical senses at every moment, my … Continue reading Why I travel