Stewart Taylor

Stewart works almost exclusively as a Printmaker, combining elements of site specific photography, contemporary ephemera, subverted motifs/metaphors and allegory, lost & found imagery & Drawing.

He has a continual interested in the self-inflicted demise Mankind faces within our Anthropocene era & our behaviour within it. Although the outlook here is perpetually fearful & pessimistic, he tries to create a contrary world of destruction, beauty & fatalistic humour, where journey, travel & time, change, metaphysics erasure, air & light, & relationships between things & humanity are all of critical importance.

He has produced an output across Silkscreen, Mokulito & Monoprint disciplines in recent years, & has shown regularly at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The Affordable Art Fair & the National Print Exhibition, winning the Great Art Prize in 2018