Los Angeles artist Harrison Gilman graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. In 2018 his artworks were exhibited at the We Rise Art Fair in Los Angeles alongside Shepard Fairey and other prominent LA artists. The following year, Gilman had his first successful solo show at a Galerie in Nashville, TN, where he drew the attention of major collectors. Since then, Gilman has had many solo and group shows as well as a series of live painting events. His art can be found in private collections in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, Scottsdale, Toronto, and the UK.
Gilman's original paintings begin with a layer of fast-paced gestural abstraction. Some of his paintings remain in the purely abstract stage, while others develop into deliberate characters, shapes, and symbols. They are landscapes and portraits of the artist's subconscious. In his artworks, Gilman exposes things buried beneath the surface of his mind. "It’s so easy to get caught up in the material world and all the distractions and what we think we’re feeling and what we should be feeling versus whatever is actually going on."