Artwork by Tim Taylor


Art by American Artist Tim Taylor. Painting, Ceramics, Multimedia Sculpture, Ultraviolet, and Installation. Artwork up to 2016 by Timothy Taylor is also online at

The link above to directs to a commercial template format hosted by ArtSlant that has not functioned properly since 2016 despite several attempts communicating with the ArtSlant host. Look here for new works. This site is slowly building; it's all custom coded by the artist - there are no ads, 3rd parties or tracking, and you are as close as it gets to being in the artists studio. You will see it here before it gets published or shown anywhere. is not quite online yet. Please hold tight during this phase of production and show.

What's New

Tim Taylor at Louvre Carousel's Art Shopping 2018

Here's one shot of the most recently finished metal sculpture,

"Silver Ball"

"Silver Ball 2", Lost Wax, Vacuum-cast Sterling Silver, 10 cm round, September 2018.


"Midnight Vision" is dry and for show. This piece was scheduled for the PAKS Gallery "Contemporary Artists" show opening the 29th in Austria, to go alongside "White Noise" which did make it on time, but it kept asking for more and the deadline passed. It will go to Art Shopping Paris October 19.

"Midnight Vision", Acrylic on Canvas, 22" X 30", September 2018

Taylor is a Candidate for the International Caravaggio Prize - Great Master of Art, to be conferred in Milan at the Teatro Litta on December 7.

New Show Added

This sphere was finished this year. Lost wax - cast at the Tim Doyle Foundry, Los Angeles. Painted, baked enamels. Here are a few angles for you.

"HARDBALL", Enamel on Lost-Wax Cast Bronze, 6" round, 2018

"White Noise 3" is off to the PAKS Gallery for exhibit at the Modern Art Museum and Gallery, "Contemporary Art and Artists Today". The show opens September 29 and runs to December 21.

"White Noise 3", Acrylic on Canvas, August 2018, 24" X 24"

"White Noise" joins "Fragmented", which has been at the PAKS Gallery for all of 2018.

"Fragmented", Acrylic on Canvas, 2018

Taylor will be included in the Exhibit Catalogue and published in a book by the Gallery titled "Kunstmarkt und Erfolgreiche Zeitgenossische Kunst" ("Art Market and Successful Contemporary Art").


There've been too many fine art show opportunities this year, and here's what's in the can. This will be updated before hitting the road, with new art and probably a couple more exhibits.

The line up for show this Fall/Winter will include almost all new work, and is set for exhibit at the PAKS Modern Art Museum and Gallery, from September 29 through December. Then, the next opening is Salon Art Shopping at the Louvre Carousel in October. In November Taylor is one of 20 Artists exhibiting work at the Global Arts Awards in Dubai, and is a candidate in several categories for Award.

Update September: A solo show in Umbria curated by one of the artist's favorites, the Adelinda Allegretti, is in the works now. Here is the website for that show, now still under construction as the artist requested a little wait for the new stuff nearing completion now.

A second show in Italy is in consideration. Both have given the artist a green light to burn hot UV floods for stage pigments to light up another Lamp installation. You will not want to miss these shows, the ambience is near perfect, and several years in search.

The Global Art Awards, Dubai

Salon Art Shopping at the Louvre Carousel Paris

Tim Taylor will have G22, a great location inside a bit and with all kinds of incredible surrounding artists and galleries, many from the area. Exhibit with Salon Art Shopping in Paris 2016 continues to bring more website hits to this page than all the rest.




The Art Machine Page is Now Online

"Art Machine" is an assembly made from over 35 individual small sculptures, created at the Wassard Elea Refugium for Artists and Scholars in 2016, where Taylor spent the better part of the year. During that time the Residency had guest aesthetics philosophers, music composers, performing artists, painters and writers. The topics of the philosophers, who are source material for art critics, included "the ugly", in addition to on-going discussions about form, function, and commercialization in contemporary art. "Art Machine" is destined for the Sculpture Portfolio page, but you can view it now here.

Memories from 2017 has been temporarily removed for de-construction


Ceramic work and the paintings were completed just days before the show opened.

Here are a few pictures of the paintings and ceramics that were on display at the Louvre.

"Static" Acrylic on Linen

"Sky Parcels" Acrylic on Linen

"Map" Acrylic on Linen

Ceramic "Clay Forms"

Some of the Clay Forms were Raku-fired

"Space Junk", Raku-fired Stoneware

"Clay Ball" Raku-Fired Stoneware

"Clay Ball 2", Raku-Fired Stoneware

Returning to the Artist Residence in Italy after the show in France, there was some work to do on a new Fresco Form, and on a sketch for installation, "Factory"

"Fresco Form"

"Fresco Form", 2016, 100 cm X 50 cm X 50 cm, Pigment in Plaster on Polystyrene

"Factory", 2016, is a pvc pipe construction with 37 lights and nearly 15 meters of wire in the circuit. It runs on 3 Volt batteries for about 5 minutes before it burns out completely at ten. So the Gallery owner arranged for an electrician to add a transformer and step down. They say it plugs in now.

Click here to go to pictures of "Factory".

A month earlier in September was the Rotterdam Art Fair, followed by an Artists Residency in Italy that lasted through November.

The Rotterdam Art Fair, September 2016.

The doors opened at 8 PM for a private opening.
The show opened to the public for one day, Saturday.

3 Sculptures on Exhibit at Rotterdam '16


May and June 2016 was at the Wassard Elea Artists residency in Southern Italy. At the time the philospohers with an interest in art were discussing the topic "The Ugly", even as thay say was used by Warhol.

Here are a few snapshots of art finished in Italy.

"Art Machine Parts"; 2016
Plaster on Polyurethane.

"Art Machine"; 2016
Latex on Machine Parts assembled with Epoxy.

The Art Machine and it's parts.

"Melting Tree"; 2016

Plaster on Steel Wire

"Fresco Form"; 2016
Watercolor on Plaster over Polyurethane

"Gesso Form" 2016
Plaster on Polyurethane