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Kāryn Taylor - MFA (2019)

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Karyn Taylor, 'Untitled (in 4 dimensions),' Sanderson Contemporary Art Art Fair, Contemporary Art, Minimal, Artsy, Pink, Pink Hair, Roses, Modern Art, Contemporary Artwork

Sydney Contemporary 2015 | Artsy

Sydney Contemporary, Australasia’s international art fair, returns in 2015 from 10-13 September (Opening Night 10 September) with Australia’s largest and most diverse gathering of Australian and international galleries.

From Anna Pappas Gallery, Karyn Taylor, Linear Time Loop II Cast acrylic, 140 × 42 × 7 in Neon Words, Contemporary Art, Artsy, Collage, Sculpture, Artwork, Collages, Work Of Art, Auguste Rodin Artwork

Karyn Taylor | Linear Time Loop II (2015) | Artsy

From Anna Pappas Gallery, Karyn Taylor, Linear Time Loop II (2015), Cast acrylic, 140 × 42 × 7 in

Harmonic Code, acrylic, edition of x x Kent Street, Art Web, Color Photography, Installation Art, Web Development, Contemporary Art, Web Design, Coding

Harmonic Code

Harmonic Code, 2018, acrylic, edition of 3, 400mm x 400mm x 45mm

Karyn Taylor | Anna Pappas Gallery Anna, Gallery, Decor, Decoration, Roof Rack, Decorating, Deco

Karyn Taylor | Anna Pappas Gallery

Karyn Taylor | Anna Pappas Gallery Anna, Gallery, Roof Rack

Karyn Taylor | Anna Pappas Gallery

From Sanderson Contemporary Art, Karyn Taylor, Self Organising System Acrylic, 95 × 60 × 5 cm Self Organization, Organising, Pretty In Pink, Contemporary Art, Artsy, Modern Art, Contemporary Artwork

Karyn Taylor | Self Organising System (2015) | Artsy

From Sanderson Contemporary Art, Karyn Taylor, Self Organising System (2015), Acrylic, 95 × 60 × 5 cm

Vertical Split, acrylic, edition of x x Cast Acrylic, Artist, Artists

Circle Bound

Circle Bound, 2020, cast acrylic, 400mm x 400mm x 45mm

National Contemporary Art Award in Hamilton Fluorescent Tube Light, New Zealand Art, Arts Award, White Paints, Hamilton, Contemporary Art, Awards, Culture, Modern Art

National Contemporary Art Award in Hamilton

Spirited discussion about New Zealand art and visual culture

Double Harmonix Teal, cast acrylic, x x Kent Street, Art Web, Cast Acrylic, Contemporary Art, Web Design, Teal, Letters, Design Web

Double Harmonix Teal

Double Harmonix Teal, 2018, cast acrylic, 600mm x 600mm x 50mm

Light Theory, acrylic, x x Kent Street, Art Web, Theory, Contemporary Art, Mirror, Frame, Picture Frame, Mirrors

Light Theory

Light Theory, 2016, acrylic, 620mm x 620mm x 50mm

Karyn Taylor - Auckland Art Fair Artistic Installation, Arts Award, Art Fair, Auckland, Art School, Geometric Shapes, Contemporary Art, Dimensional Shapes, Modern Art

Karyn Taylor - Auckland Art Fair

Kāryn Taylor is an installation artist who lives and works in Auckland, New Zealand. She holds an MFA (First Class) from Elam School of Art, Auckland and a BFA (Hons) from Massey University, Wellington. Taylor exhibits in New Zealand and internationally. Recent shows include Personal Structures, Palazzo Mora, Venice and Art Arthina Contemporary Art Fair, …

Circular Spin, acrylic, edition of x x Kent Street, Art Web, Spinning, Contemporary Art, Web Design, Hand Spinning, Design Web, Website Designs

Circular Spin

Circular Spin, 2018, acrylic, edition of 5, 790mm x 790mm x 60mm

Contemporary artwork using light to create perceptual ambiguities and explore ideas in quantum physics. Cast Acrylic, Quantum Physics, Contemporary Artwork, Open Concept, New Zealand, It Cast, Artist, Contemporary Art, Artists

Kāryn Taylor Artist | New Zealand

Contemporary artwork using light to create perceptual ambiguities and explore ideas in quantum physics.

Contemporary artwork using light and shadow to create perceptual ambiguities. Cast Acrylic, Contemporary Artwork, Light And Shadow, Wooden Frames, New Art, New Zealand, Wood Frames, Contemporary Art

Kāryn Taylor Art | New Zealand

Contemporary artwork using light and shadow to create perceptual ambiguities.