My current work in the Melts series often references water, ice, fire and sky in slides of color infused with metallic alkyds on panel. Experiments with this method began in 2005. Visit the Melts Gallery.
Fields of oil, acrylic, metallic alkyds, paint skins and Venetian plaster on canvases ranging to 16 feet. Inspired by the scale and fierce action of Jackson Pollock's 1943 Mural commission for Peggy Guggenheim. Visit the XL Gallery.
Investigations of line and color, where technique, materials and colors are tested on canvas and panel. Visit the Paint Drawings Gallery.
Researchers at Stanford University, Stony Brook and Menlo Park analyzed Taylor Winn's early Pollock-style paintings in published studies on fractal analysis authentication of Jackson Pollock's works. Visit the (after Pollock) Gallery. View the research (2009) (2011).
Working without a brush on large canvas since 2005, Winn's signature comets, tornadoes and rivers of paint deliver his commitment to color and process. Visit the Large Works Gallery.