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Taylor paints the contemporary world around her. Her choice of subject matter is an invitation to the viewer to contemplate the implications of ordinary objects, sights, and moments. Her paintings explore the principle of selection; considerations include determining a balance between simplified forms and carefully observed details. A degree of abstraction often suggests the haziness of memory, redirect the viewer’s focus, or acknowledge the artifice of the medium of paint. Inspirations include work by contemporary painters John Brosio and Joseph Lorusso.
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