When I was a kid, the first things I wanted to draw were cars. I see them differently now though, like containers, where the car is a container for the driver in the way that the skull is a container for the mind. - Taylor White, 2022

Taylor White’s art defies categorization, juxtaposing text, found objects, and imagery such as cars, landscapes, and inanimate objects, sometimes all within a single work. He utilizes a vast spectrum of media in his practice, ranging from spiral bindings, spray paint and airbrush, plasticized textiles, and charcoal, which lends a three-dimensionality to this work. Known for his multi- disciplinary practice whose paintings employ a wide range of media and techniques to explore abstraction, tone, content, and mark-making, White’s paintings challenge the viewer to uncover and identify unconventional materials and methods.