Carenly Curated: Taylor Cox

Welcome to Carenly Curated! A mini series within my Thoughts from the Studio blog that will highlight other amazing artists! As a firm believer in community over competition & artists supporting artists, what better way that to demonstrate that then by spotlighting fellow artists whose work I love!

Day 19 (Malachite Green) by Taylor Cox, used with permission. 

For this artist spotlight, I would like to introduce you to the work of Taylor Cox. Hailing from Atlanta, GA Taylor is a self-described abstract and miniaturist painter. And speaking miniature artwork, I was smitten when I first came across Taylor's 100 Days Paint Chips Project. 

 Day 26 (Santorini) by Taylor Cox, used with permission. 

Bright and fun, these paintings are inspired by, you guessed it, paint chips that we spend our time laboring over when searching for a new wall color. 

 

Day 2 (Get Back Jack) by Taylor Cox, used with permission. 

Small format, measuring 5x7 inches each, I can't help but want to make a gallery wall filled with these little beauties!

Day 5 (Rococco Red) by Taylor Cox, used with permission. 

And best of all, she is only part way through the project. So you can join the fun and follow along to see how the rest of this series unfolds!

Day 18 (Ballerina Pink) by Taylor Cox, used with permission.

I know, I for one, can't wait to see what else she has in the works, and personally hope she changes her mind and extends it beyond 100 paintings because I think they are just that great!

Day 19 (Malachite Green) by Taylor Cox, used with permission.

To follow along with the rest of Taylor's "100 Days of Paint Chips" project and other examples of her work, find Taylor on Instagram @taylorcoxart or at her website.

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