Exhibitions and performances at the Gallery all have a lecture/demonstration component, providing genuine dialog between the artist and audience. The setting for this interaction is intimate and informal, encouraging audience participation with questions and discussions.
The O'Sullivan Art Gallery is a genuine forum for the celebration of art and ideas in the Jesuit tradition of discussion, learning and putting theory into practice.
Trine Bumiller explores the relationship between memory and experience through paintings and installations that balance on the edge of environmental issues and abstraction. She has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and studied for a year in Rome with the European Honors Program.
Trine has had numerous international solo exhibitions: the University of Wyoming Art Museum, the Las Cruces Museum of Art, the History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the McNichols Building in Denver, have all presented her work. She has received grants from Colorado Council on the Arts, Rocky Mountain Women’s Institute, and the Colorado Federation of the Arts. She has been an artist in residence at Yaddo, Denali National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Brush Creek Arts Foundation. Her work has been reviewed in Art in America, artltd., ArtNews, The New Art Examiner, the Christian Science Monitor, the Denver Post, the Rocky Mountain News, and Westword.
Trine has done numerous large scale public art commissions for locations such as the Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Denver, Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong and The University of Colorado. Robischon Gallery, Denver, and Zg Gallery, Chicago, represent her work.