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It is with great pleasure that we offer William Tolliver discounts of up to 30% for a limited time only in recognition of our initial launch phase. The great majority of this limited availability offering is for original works (one of a kind) as well as a few multiple limited edition works.

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Maxwell Taylor - Biography

Born in Grant's Town, New Providence, Bahamas, Maxwell Taylor was one of  the first apprentices of Chelsea Pottery. When the pottery closed in 1966, Maxwell found his way to New York, where he worked and reside for nearly twenty years before moving to South Carolina. He traveled extensively in Europe, observing the social, economic, and political dynamics of Many cultures. This exposure opened doors the the unique and intensely sensitive perception of the world of Maxwell Taylor.

Grounded in the consciousness of his Bahamian background, and steeped in the pain and pleasure of the outside world,  Taylor works incessantly to record both celebration and atrocity. The works of Maxwell Taylor is highly personal and spiritual odyssey creating  a timeless quality of the dignity and strength of suffering in the experience of mankind and nature.

Maxwell Taylor is a versatile and accomplished technician and a master of a variety of media. He has been celebrated internationally a as painter and ceramicist, but it is without a doubt the skills of a printmaker where he finds his voice. The largest format prints of this show are difficult to execute, and  it is perhaps this challenge that fascinates the creator in this artist, who enjoys the ancient technique of "cutting wood"

After a lifetime of constant search and struggle, Maxwell Taylor and established an international reputation of excellence.



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