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George Taylor Exhibition at the Where I Fell In Love Gallery

Sunday 9th March to Sunday 11th May - "A Coherent Optimist" - An Exhibition by Warwickshire Artist George Taylor, the latest Exhibition at the Where I Fell In Love Gallery Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire.

George Taylor has his studio at Long Compton on the Warwickshire and Oxfordshire border. "For over 45 years I have sought to explore the mysteriousness of living through painting. So far as I can see, it is the magic of mystery that creates great art and art without that magic is lifeless."
Infinite Spaces (c) George Taylor
A Coherent Optimist was a painter's response to the work of George Taylor who, through his language of abstraction, constructs a visual world of imagined spaces and specific places.

George Taylor's long development as an artist has come from a consistent belief in painting in his own search for a visual language, which through his integrity and commitment towards abstraction has resulted in a body of work which may be considered as equivalent, not necessarily for a specific physical landscape feature so much as an allusion to an unseen, but intensely felt force in nature at a particular time and place.

George Taylor studied painting full time 1959-1963. Awarded Margaret Gardiner Prize on recommendation of Sir Terry Frost RA in 1966. Large one-man Exhibition sponsored by Humberside County Council 1991. Frequent exhibitor in Laing Art Competition both regionally and nationally.

Source: George Taylor Art

Where I Fell In Love Gallery
The Shambles
Market Place
CV36 4AG
Ceramic, Glass, Wood, Bronze, Metal and Jewellery will also be exhibited.

Open 7 days a week 10.00 - 17.30
Telephone 01608 663809

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