The range of sculptor Richard Taylor apparently is endless. His inventive work covers outdoor public installations, lacy hanging sculptures, playful standing creations and poetic wall hangings. (Above:  Zip, 2012; 36″ x 74″ x 4″)

-J’aime le Chocolat! J’aime la Vanille! 2010; 60 x 133 x 5, aluminum, oil & enamel paint, varnish

His wall hanging works, his most recent expressions, are chic urban convergences of painting and sculpture. Rhythmic and expressive, they are intimate interpretations of enduring memories.  -Troy Folliard Gallery

Taylor says his work ” allows the cadences, rhythms and syncopations of music and poetry to find themselves in visual expressions in paint, metal and space. I distill my emotional history with my daily perceptions to create two- and three-dimensional statements which speak of my walk through life. “

-Herzog, 2009: 59″ x 15″ x 20″ steel, rust, paint, urethane

Taylor’s monumental outdoor works have brought him huge popularity in Wisconsin, where he is based, and considerable attention elsewhere.

-The River Sings, 2009; 15.5′ x 7′ x 6′ aluminum, Imron, City of Atlanta, Hardy Ivy Park

-All In The Air At Once, 2006; 18′ x 8′ x 8′ aluminum, Imron paint. Milwaukee Department of Public Works

Some pieces are too tall to complete vertically in the studio.

-Left: STACK-ABLZ,  24.5 x 11.5 x 11.5″  Right: To Use the Gifts of the Angels, 68 x 47 x 13″

Taylor (left) will ask you to sign his studio door, if you visit.

Richard Taylor’s website, here.

His artist statement, here.

Tory Folliard gallery, here.

Sopa Fine Arts gallery, here.

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