Howard Taylor

Australia, 1986

A still image from Howard Taylor

Episode of Series “The Painters, the sculptors: archival art series”.
Howard Taylor discusses his concern with light, the relationship between sculpture and painting, his early years as an art student and prisoner of war, and the techniques he uses to create works ranging from tempera paintings to large-scale public sculptures. He expresses his special relationship with nature. Interviewed by James Murdoch.

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