Getting to know Carol Taylor

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What time of day are you most productive? 

Early morning in the summer…love that time of day.

What are you currently working? 

Finishing a show for Moncton in December. Because of problems with my studio this is what will be on my work table.

What would you like people to know about you, your creative process or your work?

That I’ve worked hard at it for over 30 years.

In the next five years you would you like to accomplish. Dream big!

Finish my series of women with axes and start another series of landscapes that I keep thinking about….that get my studio together.

Dream vacation? Where would you like to go and why.

Going back to Florence Italy to see the art and just to simply walk the city again. I went in 2003 as part of an International Exhibition and was awarded a fifth prize in Mixed Media, the largest category!

What music do you listen to when you are working?

Well the CBC is on, other than that, I’m concentrating and really don’t hear anything but birds in the trees sometimes.

Favourite colour? Red/orange/blue/yellow./green/ etcetcetc

Web Site: www.caroltaylor,ca (the story of my trip to Italy is at the beginning…you need to scroll a long way….partly because an elderly friend, Polly (Bernice) McQuinn wanted to have something on the internet so I placed a story she wrote years ago on my website.)

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Kathy Thornhill has sure been busy – check this out

Amazing new work3038And the inspiration….

The window with the geraniums is the inspiration for the piece and I included the curtain from the brown window.  I thought that making the entire window pane area black would be too heavy.  So the white curtain and black spacing works well.

 

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