“ I like simplicity, round shapes and circles………………” Guilloume

Guilloume is a master of “Bolismo” an emotional style using simple forms, textures and movements to exhibit human feelings from the most complex to the most simplest. Guilloume’s canvas is a unique expression of earthly humanism with its joys, afflictions, and fears. Born in Colombia in 1957, he dedicated himself to art at an early age and completed formal studies at Bellas Artes Institute in 1981. Employing oils, watercolors, oil-pastel, pastel, pencil, ink and most recently sculpture in bronze and stone. Guilloume maintains his studio fine art gallery in Sandia Park near Santa Fe, New Mexico-USA.



    Apprenticeship in Fine Art in Bronze, Santa Fe, NM 1993-1995 on Lost Wax Technique     

    Bellas Artes Fine Arts Institute, Medellin, Colombia 1976-1981 - Formal Art Studies


Permanent Art Studio (Atelier)  

New Mexico since 1996 - Present


Hardcover Books

Emotional Connections- 2014

Guilloume’s 33: Sketches, Paintings, Sculptures, Reliefs (1975-2008), 2009

Forever: Bronze Reliefs, 2008

Guilloume—Sketches, 2007

Guilloume—Sculptures and Paintings, 2003


Art Galleries Showing Guilloume's Work

Crescent Moon Gallery -  Wilmington, NC

Cortile Gallery - Provincetown, MA

Guilloume Fine Art - Sandia Park, NM

The Howell Gallery of Fine Art - Oklahoma City, OK

Pippin Contemporary - Santa Fe, NM

Weems Gallery - Albuquerque, NM

Xanadu Gallery - Scottsdale, AZ


Public Art and Commissions

    Family Gathering:  Bronze sculpture, 48” high on a steel base, installed at Clemson University, South         Carolina. Commissioned by the Clemson Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life in             commemoration of its tenth anniversary.

    Just the Two of Us: Bronze 86”H; installed at the Library of the city of Breckenridge, Colorado. 

    Aspiration:  Three 36”-high bronze sculptures from an edition of eight purchased by Frank Adams,         Chancellor of Cossatot College, University of Arkansas.



Selected One-Man Shows have been held at the following locations from 1981 through 2016:


Artistas de Santa Fe (Featured artist), Santa Fe, NM; Desert Art Source, Palm Desert, CA; Naked Horse Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ; Nizhoni Gallery, Albuquerque, NM; Isis On First, Seattle, WA; Jordan Road Gallery, Sedona, AZ; Orchid Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Camcor Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ


Biblioteca Publica Piloto, Medellin; Ideamos Gallery, Medellin; Turantioquia Gallery, Medellin; Hotel Yuldama, Santa Marta; Gallery Fases, Medellin; Turantioquia Gallery, Medellin; Museo Juan Del Corral- Santa Fe De Antioqvia- One Man Show “Ancestors”


Biennale International Arte Contemporaneo- Florence, Italy