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From Almost Real Things

“Art, and life, require collaboration. Even if you’re accustomed to plugging in and zoning out, endless hours in solitude will only get you so far. New people and new ideas challenge you, support you, and open up new avenues of creativity.

For this reason, we explored the theme of Juxtaposition for our end of the year double issue, to celebrate creative differences and show what can be made when diverse perspectives come together (cue The Beatles please). This issue features work and interviews from 56 fantastic creatives in and around Austin.”

Taylor collaborated with Austin artist Matthew Trujillo to create an artwork featured in this issue! The piece will be unveiled at the ART Club Block Party on December 1st and 2nd. The event is two full days of art, music, and collaboration. It will be held at Meet at Relay from 2-8pm each day.

Past Events

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From Big Medium

Big Medium’s East Austin Studio Tour (EAST) is a free, annual, self-guided art event spanning November 10-11 and 17-18. EAST provides opportunities for the public to meet the artists and artisans of Austin in their creative spaces.

Taylor will be exhibiting works with Almost Real Things at a pop-up location at 1600 S Pleasant Valley Rd. The space will be shared with members of Pump Project as well, so expect to see over 20 artists in one space over the course of the two weekends! Official EAST hours are 11-6, and there will be opening and closing receptions at the location on both Saturdays from 6-9pm.

From Big Medium...

Big Medium’s West Austin Studio Tour (WEST) is a free, annual, self-guided art event spanning May 12-13 & 19-20. WEST provides opportunities for the public to meet the local artists and artisans of Austin in their creative spaces.

This year, we celebrate the 7th edition of WEST! The 2018 tour features nearly 400 participants, including artist studios, galleries, temporary exhibitions, and happenings. Complete information about participating artists and events will be available at on April 10.

Taylor will be exhibiting works with the Blue Genie Big Top, located at 6100 Airport Blvd. Official WEST hours are 11am to 6pm on May 12-13 & 19-20. There is no cost for entry, and you'll find her in booth 7 (to the right of the entrance).

From Art Younify...

February 10th, 2018

Join us February 10th for our opening FREE gallery reception, celebrating a beautiful partnership and bringing the community a safe-haven for creativity! We will have beautiful local art, music, tarot card reading, and immersive content! This event will be a NEW monthly gallery showcase, curated by Art Younify! The gallery will feature monthly showcases of both Austin's legacy artists and new emerging artists, forging our way to completion in our mission to link Old East Austin with the New.

1805 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702. February 10th from 7pm to 12am. Taylor's pieces are located in the middle of the stage. You'll see them immediately upon entering the walkway behind the projection screen.

From Conception Arts...

November 4, 2017

Conception is a global movement: one that is not just trying to make a difference for each artist who participates, but also for the community at large. Our mission is to reshape and reenergize artistic communities around the world. To inspire ideas and provide a greenhouse for creativity and to nurture and mentor the creative groundbreakers of tomorrow.


Conception's next show in Austin will be held on November 4th, 2017 from 5PM- 10PM, at Oskar Blues Brewery. Buy tickets in advance online with the link below! The price goes up at the door. You don't want to miss this!


From The Georgetown Art Center...

September 29 – October 28, 2017

Come celebrate our 10th Art Hop! Art Hop is a statewide art competition. Judges Greta Olivas, Scott Rolfe, Larry Jolly, and Steven Walker have selected over a hundred fabulous artworks from dozens of artists to be displayed at the Georgetown Art Center and the Georgetown Public Library. Join us at the library from 2:00-3:15pm and then 'hop' with us to the Georgetown Art Center where the reception continues and the top prizes will be announced. You won't want to miss our biggest art event of the year!


Taylor's piece titled "Heights" (2016) is located on the first floor of the Georgetown Public Library. 


From Southwestern University's Sarofim Gallery...

APRIL 4 – 9, 2017

The Art and Art History Department at Southwestern University presents three senior art exhibitions for the Bachelor of Arts degree by Taylor Bailey, Eamon Rogers, and William H. Soller in the Sarofim Gallery, East Rutersville Drive, Georgetown, Texas. All three artists explore both the internal and external landscape.

Taylor Bailey’s exhibition, Land: Unsettled, uses large-scale, monochromatic works on paper and canvas to explore the influences of nature and human architecture on framing the perception of landscape, questioning what constitutes the idea of landscape from a cultural and historical perspective. The dichotomy of organic form and structured geometry meet in a new dimension in her work, where a chaotic fight for dominance takes place between the natural and constructed environment.

Can a pot evoke a multi sensory experience of our own natural landscapes? Eamon Rogers’ exhibition of ceramic vessels Careful Splendor asks how the landscape is experienced: visually or through immersion? The synthesis of form and finish are an expression of the artist’s personal landscape, and the work implores the user to carefully observe and explore the vessel as one navigates their own personal environment.

Disjointed  ///  Memory  ///  Pieces  ///  Together is an exhibition by William H. Soller of large, colorful paintings that search for personal and communal identity through memory and shared experience. He uses abstract and representational forms to create mental landscapes where seemingly unrelated objects find connections manifold; these reflections aim to both bring together and isolate identities.

The reception is on Thursday, April 6 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. with artists’ talks beginning at 5p.m. The event is free and open to the public.