New York 2022-

Taylor describes his process for this body of explorative abstract works as the creating of seperate ‘paint events’ connected and assembled by way of Bricolage– a cohesive placement of apparently disparate elements. 

Colour is the primary subject; the ways in which it interacts becomes the basis of the artworks form. Responding to the properties of his unique painting surfaces, Taylor employs spontaneous and varied markmaking to capture the intriguing interplay that arises between his mediums and the picture plane. 

Moments within the work unfold as individual problems to be solved, and eventually connected to the whole. Shapes and forms are obscured and undefined, suggesting both object and environment, with a balance of action and intention being used to construct the image.

The completed compositions are a converging of ethereal chromatic forms appearing to emenate from, or dissolve into, some other dimensional landscape.

Studio, The Bronx 2021