Born in Florida but a resident of Texas for most of her life, Elaine Taylor studied art extensively in secondary school, and then took a break to study music and theatre in college. She graduated with a BS in Theatre with a minor in music. She contined to make art, and returned to serious studies after a hiatus of 5 years.
Elaine Taylor has worked with circles, spheres and spirals for over 30 years. Her current work includes large-scale installations, playful sculptures and drawings. She has an M.A and M.F.A in art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ms. Taylor is the Gallery Manager at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center and also teaches computer graphics at North Lake College in Irving.
Recent exhibits and installations: Best of the Biennial 2012, Fort Worth; Preservation is the Art of the City; Fort Worth; ArtnForm, Fort Worth; Contem?oraries, Fort Worth Central Library; Prairie Circle for Prairie Fest, Tandy Hills Park, Fort Worth; Spring Circles, Tarrant County College-NW; 2011 9 x 12 Works on Paper Show, FWCAC, Fort Worth; Black & White in Graphite and Charcoal at North Lake College, Irving.