Charlie Haydn Taylor’s work creates a sense of quietness and contemplation within interiors in major cities. His interest in human psychology drives the concept of his work, and his passion for architecture inspires his visuals, as shown in this piece.
“I’m happy that my work seems to be transcending time and space. I really just want to create time stamps, so that people notice the world we’re living in.” ~ Charlie Haydn Taylor
Charlie Haydn Taylor (b.1996) is a British Contemporary Artist based in London.
Known largely for his mixed media works on canvas where he combines both acrylic paint and digital collage, Charlie coveys a sense of isolation and contemplation in his pieces, particularly through the lens of life in a major city. With roots in Pop Art, Charlie also considers how technology and consumerism have contributed to a greater sense of these ideas as the world has developed. This is achieved by collaging items such as televisions, books, consumer products and even household objects which also help to create a more specific narrative. From these works, he continues to create limited edition giclée prints.
Since 2020, Charlie has exhibited in cities from London to Florence and Singapore as well as becoming one of the leading names in contemporary art on the island of Jersey, Channel Islands, where he was born. In 2023, Charlie’s first public artwork will be installed in Jersey’s capital, St.Helier. His work also resides in private collections alongside pieces by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol and Keith Haring.
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Medium: Giclée on Minuet Matt paper, hand-signed and numbered in pencil
Edition: Limited to 40
Size: 75.0cm x 55.0cm