Go see what this guy did…

01/05/2013 Comments Off on Go see what this guy did…

Go see what this guy did...

Along with countless other remarkable feats he accomplished before moving on, truly amazing human and deeply missed friend, Justin Van Hoy curated an exhibition featuring artists from his home state (South Carolina) and published a book featuring another passel from his away state (California).

Opening Reception – January 12th, 7pm

Guerrero Gallery
2700 19th Street
San Francisco, CA

“By Way of the South, Going Home” Curated by Justin Van Hoy
– collected works from influential peers, professors, and colleagues who share a connection to the state of South Carolina

Works by:
Bill McRight, Brent Owens, Frank McCauley, Jason Filipow, John Hill, Jon Prichard, Jon Rajkovich, Jeremy Shockley, Justin Waugh, Kelley Keith, Kevin Morrissey, Kevin Taylor, Paul Martyka, Reed Elliott, Shepard Fairey, Tim Hussey, and Tom Stanley

In the Project Room: Milk and Honey
– works by artists featured in Justin Van Hoy’s “Milk and Honey: Contemporary Art in California”

Special Guest DJ: DJ Franchise


Check out this VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH JUSTIN posted on MTV’s House of Style

ANNEX @ Circle Culture, Hamburg, Germany

12/02/2012 § 1 Comment


NOVEMBER 23, 2012 – MARCH 30, 2013




Kevin Earl Taylor’s paintings have a symbiotic theme showing organisms, animals and humans all coexisting. Whether parasitic or beneficial, the common thread behind his oil paintings is that these strange creatures all exist together – similar to our own reality. His fascination with animals, environment and human relations has led him to turn animals into humans in an anthropomorphic figure. The collective consciousness that makes us aware of other beings on the planet is incorporated in his paintings to tell a story of life and this thing we call death. Taylor’s abstract narratives are dream-oriented in a playful, sometimes renaissance oriented painting style. With humor, harmony, morphology, genealogy, symbiosis and just not taking himself too seriously, Kevin Earl Taylor attempts to expose the animal within.In his newest exhibition “Annex”, San Francisco based painter Kevin Earl Taylor explores scenarios created through joining interdependent material. Within these works, human constructed segments fuse with particles of nature and compose new forms. Once formulated, new visual diagrams invoke hypnotism, trance and worship. Analogies are drawn to native cultures wherein humans and nature melt together without a trace of division.”Between each nexus, lies the compromise existing to attach isolated elements. I am fascinated with the fiber – the thread, both organic and inanimate that weaves worlds together.”All works were created during an extended stay in Berlin.

Cross Pollenation

11/20/2012 Comments Off on Cross Pollenation

Cross Pollenation

I’ve been living/traveling in Europe since August working on “Annex” which opens November 22 at Circle Culture (Hamburg, Germany).

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Europe 2012

10/24/2012 Comments Off on Europe 2012

I’ve been living in Berlin, Germany since August making work for my upcoming solo exhibition at Circle Culture’s newly opened Hamburg location. Stay tuned for details.


Kountər Pärt at Guerrero Gallery

05/19/2012 Comments Off on Kountər Pärt at Guerrero Gallery

Some installation photos from Kountər Pärt , currently running at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco, CA.

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(Photos : Randy Dodson)

More Very Early Poetry from My Late Teens…

02/17/2012 Comments Off on More Very Early Poetry from My Late Teens…

A few new entries from the ongoing found antique book series, “Very Early Poetry From My Late Teens“.  I just sent these out via USPS to Rebekah Jacob Gallery in Charleston, SC.

Los Angeles

02/16/2012 Comments Off on Los Angeles

Coming up at THIS

Interview via RJG

02/10/2012 Comments Off on Interview via RJG

Rebekah Jacob Gallery posted a recent interview.

Selva Obscura

02/10/2012 Comments Off on Selva Obscura

I’ll be exhibiting 2 paintings alongside a nice collection of artists in Milan, Italy.  Check out the website for more details:

Officine dell’Immagine

PCP releases “The Equine Construction”

02/02/2012 Comments Off on PCP releases “The Equine Construction”

Los Angeles based print house, Poster Child Prints released “The Equine Construction” in an edition of 50 today!

Get One!