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Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $5625
20160307031346-1
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $5625
20160307045731-5
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $5625
20160307053846-4
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $5625
20160302002041-dsc_0076cf
Compass
2016. Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
20160103133226-dsc_9618c
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
20160209091655-dsc_9587c
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
20150809215833-dsc_7776c
Clear Painting #3
2015. Acrylic on Nothing 12" X 16" © Tim Taylor
20160209102401-dsc_4360fccsat
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $198
20160209111900-dsc_3917cr
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 2m x 3m x 3m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
20150505204804-dsc_3586_01c
Night Light (detail)
2015. Mixed 3m x 3m x 2m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $66
20160209104638-dsc_3695c
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
20150607161109-night_light
3rd 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Night Light
2015. Mixed Media Installation 3m X 3m X 2m © Tim Taylor
20150507151128-linen_uv_-_studio_light_c
Clear Painting on Linen
2015. Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
20150505202944-linen_uv_-_uv_light
Clear Painting on Linen (in ultraviolet light)
2015. Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
20140918054407-dsc_9930c
White Noise
2014. Acrylic on Linen 24" X 28" © Tim Taylor
20150507184022-white_noise_2_in_studio_light_c
White Painting #2 (in studio light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
20150507184048-white_noise_2_in_mixed_uv_and_studio_light_c
White Painting #2 (in partial UV light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
20150218042145-dsc_1735cf
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in black light) 24" x 24" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Original $1875
20150108045454-dsc_9396cc
1st 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122114152-dsc_9430cf
Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122110457-dsc_0326c-2
Fresco Form
2009, repaired in 2015. Pastel in Plaster on Plaster over Polystyrene 8" Round © Tim Taylor
20140806055243-dsc_5433c
Entropy
2014. Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 24 x 1.5 inches © Tim Taylor
Original $5625
20150122110549-dsc_0345c-2
Fresco Form
2015 repair. Pastel in Plaster on Plaster over Polystyrene 8" Round © Tim Taylor
20150108020836-dsc_9311x
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150108021015-dsc_9252x
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20141010014058-3___transparency
Transparency (Clear Painting #2)
2013. Acrylic on Nothing 36" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20150122111157-dsc_0441c-2
Jawbreaker 2
2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster Chips in Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122110912-dsc_0452c-2
Jawbreaker 2
2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster Chips in Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20141209043455-dsc_6998cf
Fresco Form
2014. Watercolor in Wet Plaster on Plaster coated Polystyrene 8" round © Tim Taylor
20141209043414-dsc_6962c
Fresco Form
2014. Watercolor, Plaster, Polystyrene 6" round © Tim Taylor
20130415053009-jb5s
Ornament
2013. Arylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415053151-jb5as
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" x 3" x 3" inches © Tim Taylor
1__oracle
Oracle
2009. Helend Porcelain 8 cm © Tim Taylor
Untitled_porcelain_4__2_
Porcelain Ball
2009. Helend Porcelain 8 cm © Tim Taylor
20100828050323-dsc_9867a
Artifact #3 Cement Ball
2010. Cement 1 Meter © Tim Taylor
20140902113709-149f
Blue Ball
2009. Stoneware 10cm © Tim Taylor
1414
Porcelain Ball #3
2009. Porcelain 10cm © Tim Taylor
20160209105119-dsc_3656c_edited-1
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
20150122113955-dsc_9438c
Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150107144826-dsc_9238c
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
222
Jawbreaker
2010. Pastel chips in Plaster 10cm © Tim Taylor
Clay_forms_panela
Clay Forms Panel
2009. Glazed Stoneware on Wood Panel 4' X 8' © Tim Taylor
999
Clay Forms detail
2010. Glazed ceramic 12" X 4" © Tim Taylor
Doodles
doodles
2009. clay 12" © Tim Taylor
20140902112231-178f
Space Junk
2009. Glazed Stoneware 8" X 8" X 6" © Tim Taylor
20110527131820-fresco_forms_panel_crop_s
28 Fresco Forms Panel
2007. Pastel on Plaster on Foam 24" X 18" © Tim Taylor
Cuball
copper ball
2009. clay 12 " © Tim Taylor
20141010003921-dsc_0213c
Untitled
2005. Acrylic on Canvas 66" X 66" © Tim Taylor
20141010013316-dsc_0203cs
Untitled Detail
2005. Acrylic on Canvas 66" X 66" © Tim Taylor
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Spackle Forms
2004. Acrylic on Spackle on Foam 8' X 16' © Tim Taylor
20140911120452-cgu000061c
Spackle Forms 2
2004. Enamel on Spackel over Polyurethane 6' X 5' X 5" © Tim Taylor
20140911124025-cgu000060c
Spackle Forms 3
2004. Enamel on Spackle on Polyurethane 7' X 5' X 4" © Tim Taylor
20150809220200-dsc_7802c
Poway Hills
1975. Pine 12" x 12" x 1" inches © Tim Taylor
Original $15000
20160209102401-dsc_4360fccsat
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $198
20160209111900-dsc_3917cr
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 2m x 3m x 3m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
20160209105119-dsc_3656c_edited-1
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
20160209104638-dsc_3695c
Night Light
2015. MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
20150505204804-dsc_3586_01c
Night Light (detail)
2015. Mixed 3m x 3m x 2m meters © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $66
20150607161109-night_light
3rd 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Night Light
2015. Mixed Media Installation 3m X 3m X 2m © Tim Taylor
20150507151128-linen_uv_-_studio_light_c
Clear Painting on Linen
2015. Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
20150505202944-linen_uv_-_uv_light
Clear Painting on Linen (in ultraviolet light)
2015. Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
20140901112042-small_uv1c
Lamp
2004. Acrylic on PVC 12' X 10" X 10" © Tim Taylor
20110603123451-image011_crop_s
Lamp
2004. Acrylic on PVC 18' X 12' X 10' © Tim Taylor
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Lamp
2004. Acrylic on PVC 18' X 12' X 10' © Tim Taylor
20140901110717-small_uv_2
Lamp
2004. Acrylic on PVC 18' X 12" X 10' © Tim Taylor
20150218042224-dsc_1740c
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in studio light) 24" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20150218042145-dsc_1735cf
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in black light) 24" x 24" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Original $1875
20150218043235-dsc_1720cfx
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in studio light with UV lamp) 24" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20130602180445-jb8abf
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster of Paris 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415050855-jb2s
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415052646-jb2as
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415053009-jb5s
Ornament
2013. Arylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415053151-jb5as
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" x 3" x 3" inches © Tim Taylor
20130415050118-jb1
Ornament by Day
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415050444-jb1as
Ornament by Night
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
Cgu000071
"Spackle Form" (studio light)
2004. Painted Spackle on Foam 3' X 3' X 3' © Tim Taylor
Cgu000072
"Spackle Form" (UV light)
2004. Painted Spackle on Foam 3' X 3' X 3' © Tim Taylor
20140831130027-uv3a__2_c
White Painting
2001. Acrylic on Canvas 36" X 54" © Tim Taylor
20140831134650-uv4a__2_c
Untitled White Painting, in UV Light
2001. Acrylic on Canvas 54" X 36" © Tim Taylor
20140831130159-uv2ac
White Painting, Detail
2001. Acrylic on Canvas 54' X 36" © Tim Taylor
20150507184048-white_noise_2_in_mixed_uv_and_studio_light_c
White Painting #2 (in partial UV light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
20150507184022-white_noise_2_in_studio_light_c
White Painting #2 (in studio light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
20150507184022-white_noise_2_in_studio_light_c
White Painting #2 (in studio light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
20140902111407-175f
Space Junk
2009. Glazed Stoneware 8" X 8" X 6" © Tim Taylor
Doodles
doodles
2009. clay 12" © Tim Taylor
1__oracle
Oracle
2009. Helend Porcelain 8 cm © Tim Taylor
Untitled_porcelain_4__2_
Porcelain Ball
2009. Helend Porcelain 8 cm © Tim Taylor
1414
Porcelain Ball #3
2009. Porcelain 10cm © Tim Taylor
Clay_forms_panela
Clay Forms Panel
2009. Glazed Stoneware on Wood Panel 4' X 8' © Tim Taylor
999
Clay Forms detail
2010. Glazed ceramic 12" X 4" © Tim Taylor
20140903094822-120f
Clay Forms Detail
2009. Glazed Stoneware 7" X 5" X 5" © Tim Taylor
20140903103539-130af
Clay Forms Detail
2009. Glazed Stoneware 12" X 14" X 3" © Tim Taylor
888
Clay Forms detail
2009. Glazed Ceramic 10" X 3" © Tim Taylor
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Clay Forms Detail
2009. Glazed Stoneware 12" X 4" X 4" © Tim Taylor
20140903102320-126f
Clay Forms Detail
2009. Glazed Stoneware 12" X 4" X 4" © Tim Taylor
20110610154959-image016_crop_s
Spackle Forms
2004. Acrylic on Spackle on Foam 8' X 16' © Tim Taylor
20140902112231-178f
Space Junk
2009. Glazed Stoneware 8" X 8" X 6" © Tim Taylor
20140902113709-149f
Blue Ball
2009. Stoneware 10cm © Tim Taylor
Cuball
copper ball
2009. clay 12 " © Tim Taylor
20140903093852-112f
Copper Ball Negative Space Forms
2009. Stoneware 18" X 12" Panel © Tim Taylor
20160307033955-3
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $5625
20141209043347-dsc_6940c
Fresco Form
2014. Watercolor in Wet Plaster on Plaster over Polystyrene 6" round © Tim Taylor
20110527131820-fresco_forms_panel_crop_s
28 Fresco Forms Panel
2007. Pastel on Plaster on Foam 24" X 18" © Tim Taylor
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Fresco Form
2009. Pastel in Plaster on Polystyrene 10 x 10 x 10 inches © Tim Taylor
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Jawbreaker 2
2013. Pastel in plaster. 3" x 3" x 3" inches © Tim Taylor
222
Jawbreaker
2010. Pastel chips in Plaster 10cm © Tim Taylor
Clay_forms_panela
Clay Forms Panel
2009. Glazed Stoneware on Wood Panel 4' X 8' © Tim Taylor
999
Clay Forms detail
2010. Glazed ceramic 12" X 4" © Tim Taylor
20130602180445-jb8abf
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster of Paris 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415053009-jb5s
Ornament
2013. Arylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415053151-jb5as
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" x 3" x 3" inches © Tim Taylor
20130415050855-jb2s
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415052646-jb2as
Ornament
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415050118-jb1
Ornament by Day
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20130415050444-jb1as
Ornament by Night
2013. Acrylic on Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
Doodles
doodles
2009. clay 12" © Tim Taylor
20100828050920-dsc_9849a
Artifact #1
2010 Black Cement © Tim Taylor
Artifact_2
Artifact 2
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
20100822214652-dsc_9520a
Artifact #3 - Cement Ball
2010. Cement 1 meter © Tim Taylor
20100822215916-dsc_9519a
Artifact #4
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
Cgu000071
"Spackle Form" (studio light)
2004. Painted Spackle on Foam 3' X 3' X 3' © Tim Taylor
Cgu000072
"Spackle Form" (UV light)
2004. Painted Spackle on Foam 3' X 3' X 3' © Tim Taylor
20110610154959-image016_crop_s
Spackle Forms
2004. Acrylic on Spackle on Foam 8' X 16' © Tim Taylor
20140911120452-cgu000061c
Spackle Forms 2
2004. Enamel on Spackel over Polyurethane 6' X 5' X 5" © Tim Taylor
20140911124025-cgu000060c
Spackle Forms 3
2004. Enamel on Spackle on Polyurethane 7' X 5' X 4" © Tim Taylor
Pg000047
"Two Rings"
1999. Bronze 12' X 12: © Tim Taylor
20140806043405-dilemma
Dilemma
1999. Bronze 6" X 3" x 3" © Tim Taylor
20110610155318-image012_crop_s
Leaf
1985. Bronze 8" round © Tim Taylor
Pg000019
"Bones"
1983. Spruce 20" X 5" © Tim Taylor
Pg000021
"Driftwood"
1991. Spruce (with redwood repair) 18" X 5" © Tim Taylor
Pg000010
"Bedpost"
1995. Redwood 18" X 6" © Tim Taylor
003
Fresco"
2009. Pastel in Plaster 12" X 8" © Tim Taylor
Dos1
"Fresco Form"
2007. Pastel in Plaster 3" round © Tim Taylor
20110527131539-fresco_form_b_crop_s
Fresco Form
2007. Pastel on Plaster 14cm X 7cm © Tim Taylor
Dos3
"Gesso Form"
2007. Plaster 5" X 3" X 3" © Tim Taylor
Cgu000102
"Gesso Form"
1999. Plaster 5" X 3" X 3" © Tim Taylor
Dos5
"Gesso Form"
2007. Plaster 4" X 3" x 3" © Tim Taylor
Dos6
"Gesso Form"
2007. Plaster 4" x 3" x 3" © Tim Taylor
20140911113953-cgu000075c
Untitled
2004. Acrylic on Polyurethane Foam 4' X 5' X 1' © Tim Taylor
Dos4
"Gesso Form"
2007. Plaster 3" round © Tim Taylor
20141209043249-dsc_6999cf
Fresco Form
2014. Watercolor, Plaster, Polystyrene 6" Round © Tim Taylor
20141209043414-dsc_6962c
Fresco Form
2014. Watercolor, Plaster, Polystyrene 6" round © Tim Taylor
20141209043437-dsc_6974cf
Fresco Form
2014. Watercolor, Plaster, Polystyrene 6" round © Tim Taylor
20150107144739-dsc_9234c
5th 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150107144917-dsc_9396c
Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150107144757-dsc_9602c
Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150108021015-dsc_9252x
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150108020836-dsc_9311x
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150107144826-dsc_9238c
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150108045454-dsc_9396cc
1st 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122110457-dsc_0326c-2
Fresco Form
2009, repaired in 2015. Pastel in Plaster on Plaster over Polystyrene 8" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122110549-dsc_0345c-2
Fresco Form
2015 repair. Pastel in Plaster on Plaster over Polystyrene 8" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122105934-dsc_0246c-2
Fresco Form
2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster on Plaster over Polystyrene 8" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122111157-dsc_0441c-2
Jawbreaker 2
2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster Chips in Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122110912-dsc_0452c-2
Jawbreaker 2
2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster Chips in Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122111313-dsc_0571c-2
Jawbreaker 2
2013; 2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster Chips in Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122110703-dsc_0438c-2
Jawbreaker 2
2013; 2015 refurbish. Pastel in Plaster Chips in Plaster 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20150122114152-dsc_9430cf
Aluminum Ball
2015. Aluminum 10" Round © Tim Taylor
20150108020941-dsc_9319x
Silver Ball
2015. Silver 3" Round © Tim Taylor
20160103132912-dsc_9617c
Bronze Ball
2016. Bronze 8cm Round © Tim Taylor
20100827030052-dsc_9513a
4 Artifacts
2010. Cement 1 - 1.5 meter © Tim Taylor
20100828045812-dsc_0022a
Four Artifacts
2010. Cement 1 - 1.5 Meters © Tim Taylor
20100828050920-dsc_9849a
Artifact #1
2010 Black Cement © Tim Taylor
Artifact-tt2
Artifact
2010. Cement 1.5 meter © Tim Taylor
Dsc_8260a
Artifact
2010. Cement 1.5 meter © y
Artifact-tt
Artifact
2010. Cement 1.5 meter © Tim Taylor
20100828050632-dsc_9833a
Artifact #2 - Madonna and Dead Christ
2010. Cement 1.5 Meter © Tim Taylor
20100822215058-dsc_9482a
Artifact #2 - Madonna and Dead Christ
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
A2g
Artifact #2 - Madonna and Dead Christ
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
Dsc_7024a2h
Artifact #2 - Madonna and Dead Christ
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
Dsc_8818a
Artifact 2 - Madonna and Dead Christ
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
20100810141125-dsc_9121xmall
Artifact 2, grown over
a few months later. Cement 1 - 1.5 meter © Tim Taylor
Artifact_2
Artifact 2
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
20100828050323-dsc_9867a
Artifact #3 Cement Ball
2010. Cement 1 Meter © Tim Taylor
20100822214652-dsc_9520a
Artifact #3 - Cement Ball
2010. Cement 1 meter © Tim Taylor
20100828052541-dsc_9861a
Artifact #4 Octopus
2010. Cement 1.5 Meter © Tim Taylor
20100822215916-dsc_9519a
Artifact #4
2010. Cement 1.5 meters © Tim Taylor
20100822215600-dsc_9515a
The Artifacts
2010 Cement Forms on Sacred Land © Tim Taylor
20150505202944-linen_uv_-_uv_light
Clear Painting on Linen (in ultraviolet light)
2015. Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
20160302004002-dsc_0076cfx
Compass
2016. Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
20150218042224-dsc_1740c
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in studio light) 24" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20150218043235-dsc_1720cfx
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in studio light with UV lamp) 24" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20150218042145-dsc_1735cf
White Painting #2
2015. Acrylic on Canvas (in black light) 24" x 24" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Original $1875
20140918054407-dsc_9930c
White Noise
2014. Acrylic on Linen 24" X 28" © Tim Taylor
20140806055243-dsc_5433c
Entropy
2014. Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 24 x 1.5 inches © Tim Taylor
Original $5625
20141010014058-3___transparency
Transparency (Clear Painting #2)
2013. Acrylic on Nothing 36" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20130723042529-dsc_5065cd_s
Transparency (detail)
2013. Acrylic 36" X 24" © Tim Taylor
20140831130027-uv3a__2_c
White Painting
2001. Acrylic on Canvas 36" X 54" © Tim Taylor
20140831130159-uv2ac
White Painting, Detail
2001. Acrylic on Canvas 54' X 36" © Tim Taylor
20140831134650-uv4a__2_c
Untitled White Painting, in UV Light
2001. Acrylic on Canvas 54" X 36" © Tim Taylor
Wc3
Untitled
2009. Watercolor 10" X 14" © Tim Taylor
Wc2
Untitled
2009. Watercolor 10" X 14" © Tim Taylor
Dscn0487
Untitled
2009. Watercolor 12" x 8" © Tim Taylor
Wc4
Untitled
2010. Watercolor 10" X 14" © Tim Taylor
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Map
2006. Acrylic on Linen 15" X 15" © Tim Taylor
Hh
"Clear Painting"
2004. Acrylic on Canvas 12" X 12" © Tim Taylor
20141010003921-dsc_0213c
Untitled
2005. Acrylic on Canvas 66" X 66" © Tim Taylor
20141010013316-dsc_0203cs
Untitled Detail
2005. Acrylic on Canvas 66" X 66" © Tim Taylor
20110527132205-image010_crop_s
Doodle
2004. Acrylic on Linen 36" X 24" © Tim Taylor
Ff
"Doodle"
2003. Acrylic 3'X3' © Tim Taylor
Dd
"Storm"
1988. Acrylic on Linen 5' X 5' © Tim Taylor
20140902100705-pg000048f
The Great Psychedelic Whammo
1998. Acrylic on Canvas 72" X 72" © Tim Taylor
Rain
"Rain"
1988. Acrylic on Linen 5' X 5' © Tim Taylor
Pg000020
Untitled
1987. Acrylic 5" X 5" © Tim Taylor
20110603124648-image030_crop_s
untitled
1995. Acrylic 48" X 48" © Tim Taylor
20140806051511-untitled_crop
Untitled
1984. Oil on Canvas 60"X60" © Tim Taylor
20110527132437-image038_crop_s
Search
1983. Acrylic on Canvas 48" X 36" © Tim Taylor
Cc
"Space Junk"
1984. Oil on Canvas 8' X 6' © Tim Taylor
20110603124359-image028_crop_s
untitled
1984. Acrylic 36" X 48" © Tim Taylor
20110603124505-image029_crop_s
untitled
1984. Acrylic 48" X 60" © Tim Taylor
20140902104516-c000052
Nightmare
1984. Acrylic on Canvas 60" X 48" © Tim Taylor
Mini
Mini (Detail from "Nightmare")
1984. Acrylic on Canvas 4" X 5" © Tim Taylor
20110610155952-image008_crop_s
Tryptic
1984. Acrylic 12' X 6' © Tim Taylor
20110610155615-image007_crop_s
Tryptic Panel 1 Detail
1984. Acrylic 48" X 72" © Tim Taylor
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Tryptic Panel 2 Detail
1984. Acrylic 48" X 72" © Tim Taylor
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Tryptic Panel 3
1984. Acrylic 48" X 72" © Tim Taylor
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untitled
1984. Acrylic 60" X 60" © Tim Taylor
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Moonflower
1983. Oil on Canvas 92" X 60" © Tim Taylor
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The Plumber's Rapture
1981. Acrylic on Canvas 36" X 28" © Tim Taylor
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untitled
1982. Acrylic 36" X 28" © Tim Taylor
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Still Life
1983. Oil on Canvas 36" X 24" © Tim Taylor
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Self Portrait
1983. Acrylic on Canvas 48" X 36" © Tim Taylor
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Still Life
1981. Oil on Canvas 36" X 28" © Tim Taylor
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untitled
1983. Acrylic 48' X 36" © Tim Taylor
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Serpent and Child
1981. Acrylic 36" X 36" © Tim Taylor
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SoCal Landscape
1983. Oil on Canvas 48" X 48" © Tim Taylor
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Still Life
1980. Oil on Canvas 28" X 18" © Tim Taylor
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1981. Tempera 12" X 18' © Tim Taylor
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1982. Watercolor 15" X 15" © Tim Taylor
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Untitled
1981. Tempura on Cold Press 15" X 15" © Tim Taylor
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Untitled
1981. Tempura on Cold Press 15" X 15" © Tim Taylor
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Girl with Rainbow Hair
1976. Acrylic on Canvas 18" X 12" © Tim Taylor
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Clear Painting on Linen
2015. Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches © Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
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White Painting #2 (in studio light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
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White Painting #2 (in studio light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
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White Painting #2 (in partial UV light)
2015. Acrylic on Canvas 24 X 24 inches © Tim Taylor
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Clear Painting #3
2015. Acrylic on Nothing 12" X 16" © Tim Taylor
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Old Wheel
1983. Graphite on Paper 18" X 24" © Tim Taylor
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Big Chico Creek
1982. Charcoal on Paper 18" X 24" © Tim Taylor
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Morning
1982. Pencil on Paper 20" X 24" © Tim Taylor
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Afternoon
1982. Pencil on Paper 24" X 20" © Tim Taylor
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Tim Taylor

Brief Biography of Timothy Taylor

 

Timothy Taylor was born in Pennsylvania, USA.  His father gave him private painting lessons as a young boy, and he continued art throughout the school years, going on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Art from the California State University, and an MA in Art from The Claremont Graduate School.  After art school Taylor went to medical school and was known to be welding sculpture in the parking garage off-hours as he continued taking art electives at The George Washington University.

In the early 1990’s Taylor became active in theater performance and making stage sets in Northern California, including a huge forest backdrop for “Wind in the Willows” and a working time machine for “Time After Time” (which during an accident in the final show it got jammed moving wildly forward and Taylor has not been able to fix it).  So, racing the clock, he then went to the Johnson Atelier as an Apprentice in 1999, worked on commission with sculptor Andrew Pitynski.  Immediately afterward, he designed exhibits for the Nashville Imaginarium Children’s Museum in Tennessee.  He has had residencies at the International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemet, Hungary, and at Italy’s Wassard Elea in Ascea.  His works have been exhibited in California,Washington, D.C., Hawaii, Italy, France and Spain.  One of his porcelain sculptures is in the Latvia Small Porcelain Museum of Riga.  His art has been published in several art books and catalogues, mostly since 2009, when a few critics seemed to have caught Taylor's eye.

In 2008 Taylor became a resident of the Commonwealth of the Marianas Islands where he made four large cement “Artifacts” which were left in the wild to be grown over and photographed.  He filmed the process and took the footage to the Universal Studios New York Film Academy in 2010, where he earned a second Master's degree (MFA).  After an experimental period characterized by process explorations and some theorizing about post-postmodernism, Taylor has re-visited his early painting style, and is sculpting small works for metals. He also continues to paint and build peices containing and designed to be lit with UV light, never quite having left the stage.

The more recent works played on local color and light and on new and old technology applied to the abstract.

Contact: click here to send a message.

 

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5th 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Silver Ball
2015 Silver 3" Round
© Tim Taylor
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3rd 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Night Light
2015 Mixed Media Installation 3m X 3m X 2m
© Tim Taylor
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1st 2015 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner: Aluminum Ball
2015 Aluminum 10" Round
© Tim Taylor
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3rd 2013 Showcase Winner: Jawbreaker
3-2013 Pastel in Plaster of Paris 3" Round
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The Clear Paintings
Posted: 8/9/15

 

A new Clear Painting is added to the set.

 

                                     The Clear Paintings, dating to 2004, are the first that I'm aware of in the history of art.

 

While I scratch away on two new bronzes, and a few more abstract paintings with color as content, it seemed right to go forward with a couple more clears.  Anyone familiar with art history will probably be able to catch the drift to the clears, and able to place them in the genre.  They, in part, re-validate post-modern concepts.

The clears set a zero point, an origin, freeing up from any obligation to produce imagery.  This painting celebrates the process and absolute value of the object.  The work exists in the absence of self importance, yet it refers to itself in paradox to the untruth of self reference, (Woops - I just went conceptual...) 

(Yet the Clears are not all without content.  Just add a UV light if you need the fix).

 

The remainder of this year will be spent in the isolated island studio to the purpose of completing a backlog of artwork generated by excess "show". 

The opportunity to get some art done is excellent.  Except for the no electricity factor.  Painting wil be by daylight, and sculpting by hand.  Nice to be back into the elemental level of process. So stay posted for the next set which I'll be busy with.

 Just as soon as I get out of the water scuba diving, I promise.

 

 

 

 

The Balls
Posted: 6/21/15

 

June 2015, there are 2 more balls cast and 1 more wax in line, to complete the set.  Why make balls?  As one critic who was trying to be nice wrote, "Yet again, another ball..." and then went on to (kindly at least) attribute some symbolism to it that I certainly never intended.


And so I asked myself, yeah, why am I making balls?  Not that I like to let critics dictate my directions, but I do admit they can get you thinking about your art.  In this case I wasn't able to argue my favorite: "well it's something new..."  And the challenge of casting such a form goes right over their heads.  But it wasn't about doing the difficult...


The origin is very simple.  Many moons ago I was in the MFA program at Claremont, back when Roland Reiss was Chair, and before the department got swallowed up by the State Consortium and went uni-mind.  (These days you may as well save your dough because that school now uses the same teachers and curriculum as State Universities, and whatever liberal was there has become... well, a "patriot".)

That was back when post-modernism hadn't yet evolved into post-post... etc.  But I'll skip that part, because art has regressed and given up on moving forward - I was just talking to a kid yesterday who frankly wanted to go back in time.  Had taken offense to my mention of Leonardo as a war machine maker, and maybe not a humanitarian...  OK, he could draw...

But so can everyone who gets into MFA programs.


My paintings were complex and Roland had been urging me to simplify what was 5 or 10 paintings in one to one painting in one.  And what came out was a large painting of a cylinder in space I called "Space Junk".  Roland said it was my best painting.  I laughed because it was so simple - how could it be better than the stories I was telling in the other paintings?


Well, years went by, and I thought the thing would be good in 3-d.  So I made a clay Space Junk.  Then I began to wonder about other simple shapes, and the roundness came into my head as a challenge.  Thus the Balls.  The first Balls were clay, just after the clay Space Junk, and then out came a Herend porcelain one, which went straight into a museum.  Then a large cement, and finally these metals - bronze, silver, aluminum.

I'll leave the rest to your imagination.  Out of it comes a pretty nice set of balls.  They're just more space junk, over time.

 

 

 

 

 

The Artifacts
Posted: 5/7/15

The 4 Artifacts are hand built cement sculptures that were made between 2008 and 2010 on a remote South Pacific Island.  After searching for materials to build a UV Installation, it was apparent that a distant island wasn't the place to attempt that kind of art.  Even cement was hard to get at times, but it was at least available.  I had submitted to architectural projects in the past, using small plaster carvings as model, and proposed to sculpt with cement in a similar organic form.  I suppose as I aged the idea of applying to some third party for some kind of permission to make art finally began to seem silly as it is.  

The Island itself was in a process of US "federalization" (similar to what Russia did recently with Ukraine). 

The Artifacts were made prior to the US annexation of the Northern Mariana Islands.  I mused that I had made art in a previously free country that was about to become subject to the rule of another, so I called them "artifacts".

 

I photographed Artifact #2 as the wild Jungle grass grew over it until it was no longer visible.  It was first moved from the studio to a cleared location.

 

                                                                              Artifact #2 in the Studio just after completion.

 

 

                                                                     

 

                                                                                          Transporting the work to jungle location.

        Installation at the site of planned overgrowth.

 

 

And so the grass quickly began to grow.

                                                                         Artifact #2 at about three weeks of jungle overgrowth.

 

This is the shot that will be exhibited  May 30 - June 8, 2015, at the Palace of the Ancient Antique Chancellery of 1500, at the Piazza Della Cancelleria, 1 - Rome in the Vatican.  The event is cuated by Madam Mara Ferloni, and the filmed inauguration will be hosted by Art Historian Prof. Claudio Strinati.  The event is organized by the International Gallery Association "Il Collezionista".

 

 

Eventually the work was completely overgrown by the jungle.

 

It wasn't until after I had sculpted this one that I noticed the figures of the Madonna and the Dead Christ in it, thus the title "Artifact #2  The Madonna and Dead Christ".

After the work had been documented it was salvaged and transported to the oceanside to join the other three artifacts that had been completed by then for a small exhibit, seen by very few.  I realized when making this art that t would never be seen, and so I documented it extensvely in still and motion photography, and I narrated the process of making these forms as I did them to a film documentary that is still not finished editing.

 

 

 The Artifacts are no longer on exhibit at this location, and have begun to take on their own natural history.  Where will they be in many years from now? 

 

 

 

These three brothers were generously helpful to me in making this project, from supplying materials, to turning the heavy forms over in the studio during production, to providing this beautiful location on the very edge of the Pacific Ocean.  The other side of the Island is the beginning of the Phillipine Sea.

2014 Events
Posted: 5/5/15

 

PARIS 2015

 

 

 

                                                                                             

                 October 2014 brought the Eiffel Tower Exhibit in Paris.

 

  

The 2 remaining Porcelain Balls that were cast at the International Ceramics Studio in Hungary were introduced here. 

 

Display of the Porcelain Balls at Eiffel Tower Exhibit.

 

A highlight of that opening was an appearance by Jose van Roy Dali.

 

Shot of Taylor with Dali at the Eiffel Tower.

 

The following week the Porcelain artworks went to the Louvre Art Shopping Event with the EA Editore Gallery set.

 

 

 

                                              Vernissage of the Louvre October 2015.

 

               Porcelain Balls at the Louvre.

 

NOVEMBER 2015

From Paris these same works went to Catania and picked up an Award at the Premio Catania Exhibit, San Cristoforo Square.

 

 

The art was published in OverArt Magazine.

 

DECEMBER 2015

 

December brought the Barcelona show at Gaudi's Casa Bottlo.

                                                            Exterior of the location in Barcelona.

 

                                         Gesso and Fresco Forms at Casa Bottlo.

 

The turn out for this show by the community was incredible, and they had to rope it off until room cleared out inside.

                                                    

 

 

RomArt Biennale Catalogue Submission Info
Posted: 3/29/15

 

The Images of the artwork wil be posted with the set just prior to the opening of the RomArt Biennale

BIOGRAPHY of TIM TAYLOR for ROMART

 

Tim Taylor was born in the USA and lives in the Northern Mariana Islands.  He has a BA in Art, and Master’s degrees in Art and Film.  His work includes painting, sculpture, and installation, and he enjoys photography and the theater.  Taylor designed a Children’s Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, was an apprentice at the Johnson Atelier sculpture foundry in New Jersey, and has constructed several stage sets for theater.  He has also spent a summer at the Wassard Elea Artist and Scholar residency in Ascea, Italy, and visited the International Ceramics Studio residency in Kecskemet, Hungary.  In the past year Taylor has exhibited small sculpture in Paris, France, Barcelona Spain, and Catania, Florence, Bologna, Lodi, and Rome, Italy, and has won various awards.

The works included in the RomArt Biennale are from a set which explores light, local color, and the aspect of “show” applied to gallery art.  The installation “Lamp” is a derivative from one of Taylor’s stage designs for the Broadway play “Guys and Dolls” - the “Luck be a Lady” scene set in the sewer casino of Big Jule.  Taking the show off stage and into the art gallery, Taylor became interested in the physics of pure light absent local color, generated by the pigments themselves.  Expanding and playing with this, he painted several “invisible” pigment pieces which are white or transparent in room light, some of which fluoresce in color under UV light.  Pure light on the belladonna pupil of the dark room shares aspects with film viewing.  But the absence of content in compositions without local color distills a more contemporary process.  

Emphasizing the extreme in the light-sensitive nature of art, Taylor twists the definition of local color, forcing qualification of whether the light is in the visible spectrum.  Notions of form as a function of the light source become irrelevant when the sculpture itself generates the light.  Forging de-construction, the clear paintings reveal the object anew, running counter-current to more conservative, regressive trends in art that Taylor has coined “art icon re-construction”.  

By Jean DeLoge

 

 

January 2015
Posted: 1/23/15

Well, it’s the end of the Biennale of Palermo this weekend. There were over 700 artists in this show, with an incredible variety of work. The Biennale has four locations - my art is at the Sant’Elea Museum.

 

 

 

I submitted several small sculptures of which two, “Jawbreaker 2” and “Fresco Form 2”, were selected by the scientific committee.

 

 

At the opening, after maybe a half an hour, they were both knocked off the stand that they shared and had to be removed from the show. Fortunately I had come to Sicily with two other small sculptures that I intended to submit to other shows here in Europe.  And, ready or not, these two metal castings were drafted into the Biennale.

 

 

 

 

One of the exhibit locations, the Royal College of the Poor Museum has a section with its own small exhibit concurrent to the Biennale, called Wunderkammer.

 

Royal College of the Poor Museum, Palermo, Sicily

 

 

The porcelain ball that traveled from the two shows in Paris, then to Catania, ended up in Wunderkammer.

 

 

In the Royal College of the poor Museum and in the other exhibit locations, the November/December issue of the magazine “Effetto Arte” is available. In this issue is featured a picture of a porcelain piece which lights up translucent:

 

 

An insert to Effetto Arte which commemorates the 25th issue contains a very nice booklet called “25 Stars”. The small sculpture “Ornament” is included in this special edition.

 

 

And the curator had this to say about my art:

 

 

 

Meanwhile the Fresco Form and Jawbreaker are now refurbished and new pictures are posted on the website which amends the completion date to “refurbished 2015”.

 

 

 

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The Book Hidden Treasures Yearbook also just went to press.

 

 

 

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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $5625
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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $5625
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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $5625
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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $5625
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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 8 x 8 x 8 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $5625
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Entropy
2014 Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 24 x 1.5 inches
© Tim Taylor
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White Painting #2
2015 Acrylic on Canvas (in black light) 24" x 24" x 2" inches
© Tim Taylor
Original $1875
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Clear Painting on Linen (in ultraviolet light)
2015 Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
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Night Light (detail)
2015 Mixed 3m x 3m x 2m meters
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $66
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Clear Painting on Linen
2015 Acrylic on Linen 16" x 20" x 2" inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $60,Original $1562
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Poway Hills
1975 Pine 12" x 12" x 1" inches
© Tim Taylor
Original $15000
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Bronze Ball
2016 Bronze 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
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Night Light
2015 MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m meters
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $198
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Night Light
2015 MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m meters
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
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Night Light
2015 MultiMedia 3m x 3m x 2m inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
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Night Light
2015 MultiMedia 2m x 3m x 3m meters
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $104
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Compass
2016 Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
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Compass
2016 Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375
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Compass
2016 Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches
© Tim Taylor
Fine Art Print from $72,Original $4375