Mary Taylor

Mary Taylor is known for her Fine Art use of the ancient oriental medium, 'Batik', in which pictures are created on silk or fine cotton with hot wax followed by immersion in dyes. Unlike commercial batiks, Mary’s are unique, and require many hours of work, using up to thirty special colour-fast dyes. She has had sole exhibitions in Santa Barbara, California; Boston, Massachusetts; the Sultanate of Oman; Norwich; Cambridge; Southwold, Suffolk and the Aldeburgh and Edinburgh Festivals. She has exhibited at Woburn Abbey and in the South Pacific. Her work has been accepted by The Royal Academy and acquired by The City of Leeds Art Gallery. Her landscapes hang in Monaco and Beverly Hills. She has appeared on television and is the author of "The Art Of Batik - Landscapes & Flowers", published by Search Press.

Showing all 5 results