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Faith Taylor

Garner, NC

A quiet studio, blank canvases, palette knives, selected palette of acrylics and oils, brushes, rags, curiosity, imagination and intuition are the the tools I use to create my abstracts. As I begin to layer color (something I do with each of my paintings) and the colors merge and run, the direction of the painting begins to manifest.

From the start know that I am completely free to tap into my deepest feelings,and honestly express passionate emotions. Stepping outside of my comfort zone while trusting my instinct is deeply personal. I’m inspired by things I cannot see and it’s quite possible I’m searching for a reason where there is none. Painting an abstract is my soul’s adventure. It’s a process of moving forward, taking time to depart from the old so that I can explore and grow. Allowing myself to get lost in the adventure yet finding my way ‘home’ as everything falls into place is an invaluable journey.

I feel confident the piece is ‘finished’ when, what once was a blank canvas, is now looking back at me with a soul of its’ own. What started out as my confidant is now my soul mate.


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