oil, spray paint, graphite, and ink on panel
8 x 16 inches
Rosemary Taylor is a painter living and working in Brooklyn, NY.
Her work uses an abstract vocabulary that dances the line between figuration to evoke the physicality of a contemporary female experience. The paintings employ a a variety of media, layering marks, colors, and text to evoke the physicality of a contemporary female experience.
As an artist Ms. Taylor received a Masters of Fine Arts Degree from the City University of New York at Brooklyn College, and a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. Ms. Taylor is the 2007 recipient of the prestigious Joan Mitchell MFA Award, and a 2013 Aljira Emerge Fellow. Rosemary is an active member of the NYC-based feminist art collective tART and maintains a rigorous studio practice, exhibiting her work nationally. She has presented lectures on her artwork at Brooklyn College, Tufts University, and Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning. Summer 2016, Rosemary’s work was exhibited in Atlanta in collaboration with the Smoke School of Art as part of the exhibition and symposium A Bad Question , an exhibition and forum on the intersection of race and feminism in contemporary art.