A Vocabulary of Ornaments

'A Vocabulary of Ornaments' is the third in a series of images
alongside 'Searching for the Regina hotel' and 'Little Garden',
influenced by Henri Matisse and his pursuit of the possibilities
between art, nature, colour and form.

Depicting a desert garden abundant with possibility, reaching back
against a sunset sky, the colourful Barrel Cactus, Opuntia and
flowering Yuccas fill the print, while the title alludes to organic
riches, each specimen a splendid ornament in nature's alluring world.



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  • Giclée print with silkscreen glazes, hand finished with acrylic paint on hand-torn paper
  • Artwork size: 70 x 90cm
  • Edition of 25
  • Signed and numbered by the artist

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Benjamin Thomas Taylor

Benjamin lives and works in London, UK. A familiar style within his artwork is large lettering superimposed over exotic landscapes. Benjamin's artwork combines calm landscapes and bold typography to create intriguing compositions that leave us questioning the artist's thought process. Benjamin studied painting at the University of Brighton. He has exhibited in galleries in the UK and internationally.
A Vocabulary of Ornaments

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