About The Artist
Taylor White is an American figurative artist whose work engages with the fundamental elements of being. Combining refined techniques of classical training with bright, unexpected color choices born from the residue of street art and pop culture, White’s work explores how we experience the formless chaos of potential through being and how the order we inhabit can sometimes dissolve backward into the incredible complexity from which it emerged.
She has exhibited internationally from Melbourne to Berlin, LA, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, and Detroit. She has contributed to events for Juddy Roller, Outer Space Project, Richmond Mural Project, Murals in the Market, Branded Arts, BLINK Cincinnati, and SCOPE Miami Beach. In 2018 she worked with Google Fiber to create one of the world’s largest public-facing Augmented Reality murals. In 2021 she completed Raleigh’s second Augmented Reality mural, “8-Bit to 5G,” a tribute to the future of gaming and esports in the City of Raleigh. Clients have included Google Fiber, Hyatt Hotels, Microsoft, Lululemon, AC Hotels by Marriott, and Kane Realty Corp.
She is currently based in Raleigh, NC.
Value Study for the Clinc, AI building in downtown Ann Arbor. Commissioned by the Ann Arbor Arts Center and Clinc, the mural considers the relationship between humanity and technology as we move toward a future in which these elements are fundamentally interwoven in everyday life.
Beyond the Pail Artwork
I do my work in a 1500-square-foot studio in Raleigh. Most of my mural work is rendered on a computer and tablet, but I have space to spread out when making larger-scale paintings or other projects.