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Maggie Taylor's Artist Reception & Book Signing

photo-eye Gallery Maggie Taylor's Artist Reception & Book Signing Jovi Esquivel An early digital adopter, Maggie Taylor has been utilizing this technology to build her evocative and elaborate photomontages for over 20 years...

Maggie Taylor. The Gathering, 2021, Archival Pigment Print, 15x15", Edition of 15, $2800

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce 

Maggie Taylor  /  Internal Logic

An artist reception and book signing for Taylor's new book and exhibit by the same title. 

This exhibition and book feature...

"dreamlike worlds inhabited by everyday objects"

On View August 6- September 24, 2022
Artist Reception & Book Signing: August 6, 3-5pm

An early digital adopter, Maggie Taylor has been utilizing this technology to build her evocative and elaborate photomontages for over 20 years. These whimsical narratives often begin as pastel background drawings, with additional components such as 19th Century photographs, drawings, vintage toys, seashells, feathers, and taxidermy scanned and meticulously arranged over time to complete the scene. Working instinctively, Taylor crafts a surreal alternate reality with curious peculiarities, rich in symbolism.

Taylor's new book Internal Logic features insights into the shape and contours of her inspirations. Her deep archive of images is the lexicon through which she communicates her multi-layered imaginings. Each image contains the keys to understanding the corpus of other photographs.

>> Learn more about Maggie Taylor's New Series on the photo-eye Blog!<<

As part of our video series photo-eye Conversations, Gallery Director Anne Kelly interviewed Taylor. In this interview, they discuss the artist's latest work, her new book, and her process in great depth. Click on the image below to watch this fascinating conversation!

Maggie Taylor lives on the edge of a sun-drenched prairie populated by cows, alligators, and birds on the outskirts of Gainesville, Florida. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1961, and moved to Florida when she was 11. Her childhood was spent watching countless hours of science fiction and situation comedies on television. In college, she received a Philosophy degree from Yale University and a master's degree in Photography from the University of Florida. 

Taylor's digital composites have been widely exhibited, published, and collected by many museums.  

Print costs are current up to the time of posting and are subject to change.

photo-eye Gallery is proud to represent Maggie Taylor.

For more information, and to purchase prints from Maggie Taylor
please contact Gallery Director Anne Kelly or Gallery Associate Jovi Esquivel
you may also call the gallery at 505.988.5152 x202