Virtual Galleries projects

Gilman Contemporary

Gilman Contemporary

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About The Virtual Space

Gilman Contemporary is an art gallery based in Ketchum, Idaho. L’Anne Gilman, the owner of the gallery, wanted to recreate her actual gallery space to allow showcasing and selling artwork online and attract new clients. The goal was to make a virtual replica of the space in full 3D.

Gilman also wanted to slightly enhance the space by removing the pillar in the middle of the room, making the gallery look more open and spacious. While it is not possible in reality, VR allows making such amendments.

The gallery was built in 3D while preserving all the little details and distinct features of the space, including the two moveable walls to each side of the glass office, positions of which can be adjusted for every new art show to accommodate different layouts.

The window view was taken on the exact spot where the gallery is based to preserve the authenticity of the space and its locations.

It was all a Dream

September 2021

Take a tour around Gilman’s newest virtual exhibition. release Featuring photographs from a variety of gallery artists whose works are uniquely suited to fulfil our passion for laughter, our desire for love and our demand for hope. Featuring work by Rodney Smith, Jason Langer, Melvin Sokolsky, Jefferson Hayman, and Michael Massaia.

Interactive virtual tour


Summer 2021 Group

July 2021

This summer, Gilman Contemporary has launched a virtual exhibition featuring the artworks of Neo-pop painter Greg Miller, abstract painter Alex Couwenberg and photographer Steve Wrubel.

The exhibition is digitally created by Emperia, where you will find an aesthetic setting to view the artworks and the details of each piece.

Interactive virtual tour

Laurie Victor Kay

June 2021

Laurie Victor Kay releases her virtual gallery inside the virtual world of Gilman Gallery, by Emperia.

Laurie Victor Kay is a visual artist/photographer, education advocate, champion of women, experience collector, and active observer of the world.

Interactive virtual tour

Laurie Victor Kay’s exhibition, featuring her artwork, was released in early June. ‘Our feedback has been very positive, and I’m happy we did this!’ – says L’Anne.



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