Sarabande with Sirius II

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
120 x 150 cm
Sarabande with Sirius II

Sarabande with Sirius II

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
120 x 150 cm

Afternoon at Nellie’s Garden

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
40 x 40 cm
Afternoon at Nellie’s Garden

Afternoon at Nellie’s Garden

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
40 x 40 cm

Burrangorang

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
50 x 40 cm
Burrangorang

Burrangorang

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
50 x 40 cm

The Burning Dawn

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
80 x 122 cm
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The Burning Dawn

The Burning Dawn

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
80 x 122 cm
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The sun in moonlight

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
152 x 122 cm
The sun in moonlight

The sun in moonlight

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
152 x 122 cm

Forest Dawn

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
160 x 120 cm
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Forest Dawn

Forest Dawn

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
160 x 120 cm
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The Barricades of Heaven

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
130 x 130 cm
The Barricades of Heaven

The Barricades of Heaven

Neil Taylor
Acrylic on Canvas
130 x 130 cm

Biography

Neil Taylor was born in Brisbane in 1953, and studied as an art teacher in Queensland. He has been exhibiting in Australia since 1975, and his work has won numerous awards and is held in art collections in Australia and overseas.

With superb technical skill, Neil paints in a super-realist style.Inspired by the beaches of Australia and America, Neil creates intimate, idealised views of sandy beaches, waterfalls, rockpools and ocean waves. He also focuses on bush landscapes in NSW, from the Northern Rivers to the Blue Mountains and further west.

Neil is a recipient of many prizes, including the Mortimore Art Prize, Mount Eyre Art Prize, Gosford Art Prize and Temora Art Prize. He has won the People’s and Viewer’s Choice award for numerous prizes, including the Calleen Art Prize (2013) and Mosman Art Prize (2015) and is regularly selected for major awards, such as the NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, Tattersall’s Club Landscape Prize and Calleen Art Award. He is also a 10 time finalist in the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes exhibited at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

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