This is Neil Taylor’s first exhibition in his hometown of Blackheath. Neil has held almost 40 one-man shows in Australia, Asia, U.S.A. and the UK. He is represented in state collections as well as in a long list of major public and private corporations and private collections.
Neil studied painting in the early 70s with William Robinson and has since become known as one of the top innovative realist landscape painters in the country.
Neil has also been hung an amazing 10 times in the Wynne Prize. Most recently Neil has been a finalist in the Parliament Plein Air Prize, Tattersall’s (invite only) Art Prize, KAAF (Korean, Australian Art foundation Prize) and the Calleen Art Prize.
A Distant Now showcases more then 20 works by Neil, which will be exhibited from 6-28 January @ 27-29 Govetts Leap Rd, Day Gallery, Blackheath.
“It is in vain to dream of a wilderness distant from ourselves. There is none such” – Henry David Thoreau 1856