Rhona Taylor

Website: http://www.rhonataylor.co.uk

Email: rhonataylor@hotmail.com

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Vanishing Points, mixed media installation (part of The Factory exhibition, Djupavik, Iceland) 2019

Waypoints, mixed media installation (part of the Architecture Fringe), 2019

Eponymous, painting installation (part of Artwork Porty), 2019

Kist o' Whistles, painted wood & steel (part of Syn Festival Edinburgh), 2019

Red | Orange | Yellow, painted Perspex (part of Syn Festival Edinburgh) 2018

Arnar, mixed media installation in the landscape, Iceland, 2017


My practice crosses several disciplines including installation, painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture.
All my work is based in the environment in its widest sense. It is strongly connected to different places, and explores how people engage with them and how they shape identity.
I make work as a response to the context and language of particular places and the people that live there, often in remote areas. I'm particularly drawn to the sea, islands and the extreme reaches of land. Much of my work looks at the voyages people take, particularly those made at sea, and the boundaries and transitions of place and time.
I'm also interested in researching and reimagining the history and memory of different places, and am attracted to locations and buildings that can be quietly unsettling.


Born in London
Lives and works in Edinburgh

BA (Hons.) Painting, Edinburgh College of Art