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art educator

Warren Taylor, American art educator. Named Piper Prof, Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation, 1999; recipient Top award, Arches Competition, 1991. Fellow: American Watercolor Society; member: Watercolor United States of America Honor Society, National Watercolor Society (signature member).

Background

Taylor, Warren was born on October 10, 1945 in Goessel, Kansas, United States. Son of Harold C. and Adele F. Taylor.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bethany College, 1968. Master of Arts, Fort Hays State University, 1977. Master of Fine Arts, Fort Hays University, 1978.

Career

Teacher Kansas schools, 1971—1978, Chautauqua (New York ) Institution, 1983—1984. Professor art Midland (Texas) College, since 1979. Guest juror various exhibitions, since 1991.

With United States Army, 1968-1971.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Baylor University, 1989, exhibitions include Watercolor United States of America, 1998 (Top award, 98), one-man shows include Midwestern State University, 1989, Texas Tech University, 1990, exhibitions include San Diego International Exhibition, 2003 (Top award, 03), San Angelo Museum Fine Art, 1992, Chautauqua Exhibition American Art, 1990, Watercolor United States of America, 1998, exhibitions include Pittsburgh Center Arts, Adirondacks National Exhibition American Watercolor, 1999, Artists of Pacific Rim, Taiwan, 1996, Winsor-Newton Competition, New York City, London and Stockholm, 2000, Watercolor Without Borders, Irvine, Texas and Milan, Italy, 2000, Watercolor United States of America, Represented in permanent collections Hill Country Foundation Visual Arts, Arrowmont School Art, Marietta College Ohio, Daniel Smith Corporation Seattle, Arches Papers of France and American, Midwestern State University, Baylor University, Art Institute Taiwan

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Membership

Fellow: American Watercolor Society. Member: Watercolor United States of America Honor Society, National Watercolor Society (signature member).

Connections

father:
Harold C.

mother:
Adele F. Taylor