MOE TAYLOR

MOE  TAYLOR

Moe Taylor was born on the prairies and now resides by the shores of Semiahmoo Bay in BC. Her work often references elemental landscapes, yet remains largely abstract. Working primarily in the medium of encaustic on wood panel, her paintings feature multiple layers of tempered beeswax, oil pigment and collaged elements. Taylor has studied at Emily Carr College of Art & Design.

Salvaged chart fragments carrying the imprints of their histories are encapsulated in the surfaces of the paintings. Map symbols are repeated in the layers, some obscured, others exposed. Impressions echoing cartographic marks are pressed, incised and scraped into the luminous surfaces, much in the same way we leave our footprints on the landscape.

MOE  TAYLOR On The Way Up
On The Way Up
Encaustic and Mixed Media  
Original
10 x 10 in
MOE  TAYLOR Another Old Ride
Another Old Ride
Encaustic and Mixed Media  
Original
24 x 8 in
MOE  TAYLOR Expanse I
Expanse I
Encaustic and Mixed Media  
Original
8 x 24 in
MOE  TAYLOR Expanse II
Expanse II
Encaustic and Mixed Media  
Original
12 x 24 in
MOE  TAYLOR Fissile like a Missile
Fissile like a Missile
Encaustic and Mixed Media  
Original
10 x 10 in
MOE  TAYLOR Ivory Towers
Ivory Towers
Encaustic and Mixed Media  
Original
12 x 24 in
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