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Gillian Karmali is a contemporary visual artist who currently lives in Philadelphia.
Gillian Karmali’s work can be seen in various public, private, and corporate environments across the United States.
One thing artists know how to do well is bring their personal experiences into work.
Gillian Karmali’s passion for art began at a young age of 9. Growing up in a small town in Minnesota, a painting of a frog jumping on a branch was one of her earliest memories. That piece hung in her parents’ living room.
Although she was surrounded by family who supported her talent, life took a turn when a young woman in her high school class told her, “You’re not supposed to be in art.” It was this incident that cemented Gillian’s love for art and sparked her passion for making images and videos.
After graduating from Middlebury College, Gillian realized that she “lacked formal education in art and design.”
She decided to take art direction at Philadelphia’s Art Institute of Philadelphia.
As a result of her love for art, Gillian Karmali has worked with public and private clients such as Macy’s, Comcast, PNC Financial Services, and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
She has also worked with brands including Nike, Google, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Her portfolio is comprised of video content, animation, art installation, and painting.
Gillian Karmali’s art is all about the human being, and how he reacts and responds to the world around him. Working with clients, she uses various media, including photography, painting, and video to explore the human experience.
Gillian Karmali and her work are all about the human being, and how he reacts and responds to the world around him.
In 2015, Gillian Karmali collaborated with the Philadelphia Police Department to produce a video titled “I am a police officer, with you.” The video is presented as a visual representation of how people of every race and ethnicity perceive and respond to the interactions between police officers and the public. The video also