At last, the long awaited second screen-print now available. Here are a selection of images of the work in progress with Kip, Tim and Ivana Gresham at the Print Studio in Cambridge. Please contact Jo Taylor on 07966 175089 or contact Jo if you would like further information, or to purchase.
Jo returned to Barbury Castle Stables on the Marlborough Downs to watch Alan King prepare his horses for the Aintree Festival. Her work here will be the starting point for new paintings to be launched in 2012.
She is pictured here with the promising Pantxoa and Cheltenham Festival & Aintree winner Oh Crick.
A trip to the racetracks at Churchill Downs and Keeneland in Kentucky has proved to be the highlight of the year so far. Working on the track and in the barns, this will be the starting point of a new body of work for 2012.
The commission of the enormous Bull for Trainer Alan King has been completed and was recently installed at Barbury Castle Stables, Wiltshire.
Jo Taylor will be exhibiting new paintings and drawings with Lena Boyle Fine Art – stand number G28 at The London Art Fair, Islington – www.lenaboyle.com
Thompson Gallery will be exhibiting a selection of drawings by Jo Taylor at the Works on Paper Fair at the Science Museum, London – www.thompsonsgallery.co.uk
Recent paintings, drawings and prints form an exhibition by Jo Taylor at Liverpool University’s Victoria Gallery and Museum. There are 30 works on display at this prestigious gallery whose permanent collection includes works by Frink, Marini, Freud and Turner – www.liv.ac.uk/vgm
Jo Taylor will be exhibiting new paintings at Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire from 10th November – 3rd December 2012. Please contact Jo if you would like to receive a catalogue and invitation to the opening night at 6pm on Friday 9th November 2012.
Jo Taylor will be exhibiting new paintings at The Jockey Club Rooms in Newmarket.
She will be the first female artist to be exhibited at this prestigious venue, hanging alongside such masters as George Stubbs. A total of thirty pieces will exhibited for the week commencing 1st – 4th December 2012. Please contact Jo if you wish to receive information.
A return to favourite subjects in June – the stallions at Coolmore. Working with Galileo, Montjeu and Yeats who proved to be the muse.