About The Artist -
I love working with copper. I like to think that I am creating impressions of history etched into each piece.
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Hydrangea Leaves is a Giclee, reproduced on Museum Quality gallery wrapped frame.
Living in the desert for six years was my inspiration and is widely adaptable to the hot climate.
Another favorite! This was a very spontaneous piece and the outcome was very much a surprise.
The mixture of limbs and scattered leaves on copper was perfect for the month of October.
Trails Thru The Woods 2 - My daily walks through the woods on the Cape with my retriever. Materials: Patina and copper
Winter Woods 2 - Materials: Fiber, acrylic paint, dyes, washi paper
Causes Gail Cares About
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Amboseli Trust for Elephants
Snow Leopard Trust
Save the Rhino International
The Jane Goodall Institute South Africa
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Best Friends Animal Society
Molly Bear and Friends
K9s For Warriers
So. California German Shepherd Rescue
Hiring Our Heroes
Living with Wolves
Animal Defenders International
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Gail Taylor grew up outside the city of Boston in a wooded area where she developed a lifelong love of nature, which has always been at the base of her artistic work. However, the greatest influence in her younger years was her Mother, who taught her self-
As an adult, she lived in various parts of the U.S., finally settling in Diamond Bar, Southern California. While attending Chaffey College, she rented one of the stone cottages on the Filippi Winery property in Guasti, Ca. and converted it to her art studio. One of the merchants generously gave her a supply of copper sheeting to experiment, which developed towards many different directions in her career.
Gail is an established artist with an extraordinary body of work that combines her love of nature with a stunning and exciting amalgam of color, texture and composition. She has created a genre of her own.
Gail now maintains a studio near the Santa Rosa Mountains, where the strong sun and the desert colors have added a new dimension – not only to her art itself, but also to the technique and the process. She applies herself daily to her work, creating in temperatures often over 100f.
Gail Taylor’s prolific works can be found in galleries around the country, private and corporate collections, and in contemporary interiors.
To honour trees is to grasp life . . .
“They are constantly occupying my thoughts.” Van Gogh
My work is reflective of my ‘soul’.
Studio is open by appointment.
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