Guilloume’s bronze sculptures and wall reliefs are made up of simplistic human forms, individualized by stone-like patinas and subtle movements that convey a range of complex emotion. A slight tilt of the head, an outstretched arm, or graceful curve in the body are minimal movements in Guilloume’s figures that express an array of sentiments to the viewer. The figures are faceless as the artist seeks to portray the commonalities that unite us instead of the physical differences that set us apart. Guilloume will be previewing his work for Contemporary Hispanic Market at Pippin Contemporary. The market is celebrating its 31st year and Guilloume is a 23 year exhibitor. Show runs 7/26 - 8/8.