Taylor A. Bingham is one of those artists whose work makes you think about what you are seeing. With touches of darkness in the color use yet a compelling story behind the images. His images are striking and connect on a deeper level as you view them.
Looking at the work we see a deep thought process of work and the process can be drawn back to his training which is exemplary in his file, with a BFA in Graphic Design + a minor in Photography, you can see the tracings of his course and then his later internships as a screen printer.
Each element brings something to the artwork which is stark, beautiful and somewhat American Gothic in its heart.
The use of color is often the overlying theme but when you look closer you see a deep and thought out the image that is both real in its intent and surreal in its inception.
Early in 2017, his work shifted towards monochromatic palettes with more complex mark-making on the verge of complete abstraction. His aesthetic has continued to develop and mature throughout the remainder of the year. September 15th, 2017, he exhibited work in the Hurricane Harvey Fundraiser Artist Auction at Art.Work Austin location in downtown Austin, Texas.
For more information on the artist or his work see: https://taylovision.com