The artist, Katy Ann Gilmore, has a unique background. Having studied both art and mathematics in college, the influence of geometry is evident in her precision linework. Using a grid of finely textured patterns, the varied spacing and shapes evoke a three-dimensional image where mountains curve or fabric drapes and folds.
The line drawings and murals by Los Angeles-based artist reference landscapes and topography. But in addition to topography, she says she is currently interested in the “relationship between 2D, perpendicular planes and their distortions into 3D space.”