Showcase Gallery in Dubai is now representing Jo Taylor. A selection of work can be seen at the gallery on Alserkal Avenue in the Al Quoz district of Dubai. Please contact Sharon Harvey on +971 4379 0940 for more details or visit www.showcaseuae.com
A selection of new work by Jo Taylor will be exhibited with Lena Boyle Fine Art (stand G26) at The Business Design Centre, Islington from 9th – 12th January 2014. Pl
A new collection of work will be exhibited with Lena Boyle Fine Art at The Hollywood Road Gallery in Chelsea. Please email Jo if you would like to attend the private view on November 11th 2013. Lena Boyle can be contacted on 0207 2592700.
Cross Gate Gallery will be showing new work by Jo Taylor at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Florida.
Jo Taylor will be exhibiting recent work at Thompsons Gallery on New Cavendish Street, London from 27th February to 15th March. Please email Jo if you would like further details or call the gallery on 0207 9353595.
A collection of new works will be exhibited at Lena Boyle Fine Art from 9th – 18th June 2010 In this body of work Jo Taylor explores the horse from her studies with the Thoroughbred In Ireland. Please contact the gallery for further details.
After a long journey. the monumental work Spiders Eggs has finally been installed by the artist in Puglia, Italy
Whilst hanging this painting, Jo worked in the olive grove. An Italian Sketchbook – View Gallery
After the success of the War Horse screen-print, Jo Taylor will once again be collaborating with master print-maker Kip Gresham at the Pnnt Studio, Cambridge to produce a limited edition of screen-prints. Please contact Jo for further details and pre-orders.
Jo Taylor will be represented by Greg Ladd of Cross Gate Gallery at Saratoga Springs, New York during the Festival of Racing. A limited selection of mixed media works will be available.
Progress has been made with the ongoing Eclipse commisslon. Jo Taylor has been commissioned to trace tile origins of the English Thoroughbred from Eclipse through to modern day She has worked with three of her selected stallions – New Approach at Dalham Hall Stud In Newmarket and Galileo at Coolmore Stud in Ireland. She recently visited the Royal Veterinary College in Hatfield to draw the bones of the most influential stallion, Eclipse – a horse which George Stubbs used as a model She IS due to see St Simon at the Natural History Museum shortly An update will follow.