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Jay Taylor

Jay was born in Seattle and earned Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Architecture from the University of Washington. He is currently working as an architect and has been a semi-professional photographer since 2006.

He works with digital photography in a range of subjects including landscapes, nature, architecture and people in the Pacific Northwest. The process he uses to create a number of works he describes as Artography, which is digital photography combined with digital art. It is a form of computer generated collage that he sometimes combines with traditional printmaking media to create unique imagery. The work is printed on high quality fine paper to emphasize a personal artistic approach to photography.

For Unreconciled, in our current exhibition, Jay received a second-place award for watercolor painting in the 2017 Truth B Told exhibition at the Onyx Fine Arts Collective in Seattle. He has exhibited in a number of galleries in Seattle and Portland and has won awards for his work, including second-place in the 2009 Portland Audubon Society’s Raptor Photo Competition, later selected and displayed at the PDML photography exhibition at Chicago’s DANK-HAUS gallery.

During the past several years Jay has been showing work with Onyx Fine Arts Collective and serving on their board.

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JAY TAYLOR: Saxophonist

JAY TAYLOR: Saxophonist

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JAY TAYLOR: Unreconciled

JAY TAYLOR: Unreconciled

Giclee print of original watercolor painting. Dimensions: 15" wide x 32" tall. From a series of 25 prints. Please contact the Gallery for ordering information. The inspiration for this piece is a report on Lynching in America, the second in a series of reports that examines the trajectory of American history from slavery to mass incarceration. It...

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