Taylor, Colin (1960-) Coniston Water Station II

Medium: Oil, pastel & charcoal on canvas

Size: 39.0″ x 39.0″ (99.1cm x 99.1cm) Framed 41.0″ x 41.0.0″ (104.1cm x 104.1cm)

Signed: Signed to Verso

Framed: Yes

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Colin Taylor was born in the East Midlands. For as long as he can remember, he has had a fascination with art.  Having graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in Fine Art and Drama, he worked for a short time as an Artist in Residence for Nottinghamshire schools. He was also a part time lecturer in art history.

In 1987 Colin re-located to Manchester and set up an outdoor leisure company that still operates today. He has thirty years’ experience climbing and working in mountains in Europe, South America and Asia. Undeniably, this experience has ingrained in him inspiration and love of the landscape that is present in his work.

In 2008/09 Taylor undertook ‘A Short Walk in the Big Landscape’, an Arts Council funded series of nine solo exhibitions re-visiting Thomas West’s eighteenth century viewing stations around the Lake District.

In 2010, He was invited to undertake a year-long residency at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral which led to an exhibition of 30+ drawings that later transferred to Cologne, Germany. Taylor has had exhibitions in New York, Washington DC and in Paris.

Four years ago he began work on a series of ‘Cityscapes’ a project exploring the Manchester City skyline from viewpoints of the city’s tallest buildings.