Hand and Name, archival ink and
acrylic on mylar vellum. 2017

Alcoves Installation 
New Mexico Museum of Art, 2016-17
Branching Out (Always Greener) 2016


Artist Statement

Art making is similar to map making. It is a way of exploring the world, both seen and unseen. I believe my personal interest in a new minimalism is related to a fascination with the idea of limitation. Within a framework of limitation lies the possibility of infinite variation. I start with a small idea in order to let it grow.

Landscape has become very important. My wandering eye captures the line between earth and sky. Recent themes and concerns: weather, growth processes in nature, geology and gratitude.
Artist Bio

Shaun Gilmore works in mixed media and has spent a significant portion of her life as an artist in the world of motion and modern dance. From 1980-1991 she was based in Chicago and worked as a dancer, choreographer and asst. director of the Chicago Moving Company. Movement in space has become central to her work as an artist and she will be forever grateful for the unique perspectives that dance and performance have opened up to her.

Ms. Gilmore graduated with honors from the University of Michigan with a BFA in painting and photography. She has since studied painting with Squeak Carnwath and Susan Rothenburg at the Santa Fe Art Institute and photography with Barbara Crane at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Her work has been represented and shown by EightModern and linda durham contemporary art in New Mexico, Perimeter Gallery in Chicago, CFA Gallery in San Anselmo CA, Chiaroscuro Gallery in AZ and The New Mexico Museum of Art.


Contact the artist at shaungilmorestudio@gmail.com and see her work at shaungilmorestudio.com

The artist is a member of The Lady Minimalists Tea Society at ladyminimalists.com