TAYLOR, Jeremy

TAYLOR, Jeremy. Photo of artist. Wharfedale Observer

Image: Wharfedale Observer

The watercolour artist,  Jeremy Taylor, was born in Shipley, 1957. He moved to Norfolk in 1975 and studied Philosophy at the University of East Anglia. In Norfolk, he was attracted to the Norwich School of painters, and in particular the watercolours of Edward Seago.

After graduating in 1978, he travelled to Europe and to Africa in pursuit of his interest in natural history.  In the mid 1980s he returned to the Shipley area, where he now resides. Despite no formal art qualifications, in 1986 Jeremy began to paint professionally and successfully, drawing on his natural talent for art and interest in landscape and nature. He also paints still life, nude, and nostalgia scenes.

TAYLOR, Jeremy Ilkley Gazette painting demonstration Ilkley Art Club

Jeremy Taylor, painting demonstration to Ilkley Art Club. Image: Ilkley Gazette

He teaches watercolour art part-time locally (see the ‘Telegraph & Argus’ article at T&A ) and his work has been commissioned by greeting card companies and is sold online by a number of galleries, including The Whitby Art Gallery.

TAYLOR, Jeremy  Flowers

Image: Farsley Art Gallery

Jeremy is a member of the British Watercolour Society (BWS) and has exhibited work at BWS shows and had a solo exhibition of his work in the gallery exhibition area of The Art Shop in Ilkley in 2016. He is also a Fellow of the International Guild of Artists.

TAYLOR, Jeremy. Farsley Art Gallery

Image: Farsley Art Gallery

  See an online article about Jeremy’s painting technique at http://www.wdco.org/site/Crofton-Art-Group/Jeremy-Taylor.htm

 

 

 

 

 

 

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