Mark Taylor

Mark Taylor has lived his whole life in Columbus, Ohio. Technically minded, Mark employs a ruler in his linear style of drawing. His colorful, graphic imagery is frequently architectural and his drawings of dream houses are nothing short of spectacular. He also draws cars, airplanes, and motorcycles that are equally dreamy.

Exhibition History

2018

  • Open Door Collection – 1650 Watermark
  • Animal Kingdom – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Horizons – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2017

  • Efflorescence – Franklin Park Conservatory Cardinal Health Gallery
  • German Village Meeting Haus – Columbus, OH
  • Open Door Collection – 1650 Watermark
  • Huntington Park Design- Columbus, OH
  • This Inspired That – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2016

  • Alladin’s Exhibition – Alladin’s Eatery
  • America – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Are You Afraid of the Art? – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Complementary – Carnegie Gallery
  • Frame of Mind – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • This Inspired That – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2015

  • Are You Afraid of the Art?– Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Don’t Be Square – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • The Plot Thickens – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • This Inspired That – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2014

  • Are You Afraid of the Art? – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Big and Small Wonders – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Flora & Fauna – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Red Hot – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2013

  • Are You Afraid of the Art? – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Home – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • This Inspired That – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Small Wonders – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2012

  • Are You Afraid of the Art? – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery
  • Art From the Other Side – Carnegie Gallery
  • This Inspired That – Open Door Art Studio & Gallery

2011

  • Summer Sparkles – McConnell Arts Center

 

Key Skills

Painting
Drawing
Self-Advocacy

Mediums

Acrylic & Watercolor
Graphite
Colored Pencil