Katy Ann Gilmore (1989) is an artist living and working in Los Angeles, CA. She received a BA in Art and Mathematics from Greenville University (Greenville, IL) in 2011 and her MFA from Azusa Pacific University (Azusa, CA) in 2014.
She attended the Red Bull House of Art Residency in 2016. She has work in corporate collections such as Google (Mountain View, CA), Vans (Costa Mesa, CA), Facebook (Playa Vista, CA), Uber (Palo Alto, CA), Northeastern University (Boston, MA), and TrueCar (Santa Monica, CA). She also completed store window commissions for Hermes in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
Gilmore has been included in publications such as Design Milk, High Fructose, The Creators Project, and others. Her work has been shown at Art Market San Francisco, Seattle Art Fair, Art Palm Springs, VOLTA in Basel, Switzerland and VOLTA in New York City.
I’m curious about the same effect with my mural work but on a more encompassing scale. This shift in scale is particularly interesting to me as I’m inspired by architectural constructs, and how simple lines can construct perspectives, helping us to solidify (or question) our ideas about the space we inhabit. Similar to the smaller pieces, shifts in your viewpoint skew the lines and create alternate interpretations of what’s happening around you.
2014 Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA
2011 Bachelor of Arts in Art
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Greenville College, Greenville, IL