Resume

 

  • Taylor lives and works in her studio renovated in 1997 at 126 N.Madeira St. in Butchers Hill, Baltimore

  • Born: Petaluma, California

  • Residence: Sacramento CA 1970-1972, Maryland since 1973, Baltimore since 1997

  • Memberships: Studio Gallery , R St. NW, Washington DC 1991-1997, WPA, Creative Alliance, School 33, founding member-Passageways Artists’ Studios, Riverdale, MD

  • College attended: University of MD University College 2007-2008, University of Maryland, College Park 1985, 1986, Prince Georges Community College 1982-1984, Napa Valley College 1962-1964

 

Projects

 

  • 2017-2014 Participating in Artscape Gallery Network as gallerist/curator  See MAXgallery  

  • 2015 As MAXgallery, hosted "Entangled Obsessions" with 10 artists and "Labor of Art" with 4 artists.

  • 2014 Participated in Artscape Gallery Network as gallerist/curator "Dissolution & Transformation" -13 artists

  • 2013 Founded MAXgallery, participated in Artscape Gallery Network as gallerist/curator with 10  artists work

  • 2010 Co-founded Butchers Hill Studios in Baltimore an exhibition space for artists.

  • 1996 moved to Baltimore after purchasing a former stable, began converting the 3,600 sq ft barn  into a live-work studio.

  • 1996 participant in the formalization of the Artists Gallery in Columbia MD.

  • 1991 co-founded and coordinated the building and funding of 12 studio spaces for 14 artists as Passageways Artist Studios in Riverdale MD.

 

Selected Solo Shows

 

  • 2017 The Alchemy of Art, "More Than Square",

  • 2016 Hamilton Gallery, "More Than Square", Baltimore, MD

  • 2015-1997 City of Baltimore Annual Open Studio Tour, Baltimore, MD

  • 2014 Creative Alliance, Amalie Rothschild Gallery, "Life to the MAX-Maxine Taylor Exhibition, Baltimore MD

  • 2013 Hamilton Gallery, "Faces of Baltimore", Baltimore, MD

  • 2012 Kish Lobby Gallery. Slayton House, “Contemporary Movements”, Columbia, MD

  • 2010-2003 Montage Gallery, Federal Hill, Baltimore, MD

  • 1996 Marlboro Gallery, Prince Georges College “Seeking Language, New Work” Landover, MD

  • 1995 Columbia Art Center, “Seeking Language, New Work” Columbia, Maryland

  • 1995 & 1992 Studio Gallery,  Dupont Circle, Washington, DC

  • 1991, 1989, 1987 Gallery Lounge, George Meany Center Labor Studies, Silver Spring, MD

  • 1991 Maryland National Capital Park & Planning, Arts Division Office, Hyattsville, MD

  • 1990 Cardinal Gallery, Maryland Hall, Annapolis, Maryland

  • 1989 Foundry Street Gallery, Historic Savage Mill (HSM), Savage, Maryland

 

Selected Juried and Invitational Group Exhibitions

 

  • 2017 Gallery Unicorn, 2 person show: Maxine Taylor & Schroeder Cherry, Lutherville, MD

  • 2016 Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, Art on Paper, Robert Mintz, Curator, Walters Art Museum Juror

  • 2014 Emergence 2014: International Artists to Watch, Juried, Galerie Myrtis, Charles St. Baltimore MD

  • 2013 2nd Biennial MD Regional Juried Art Exhibition, University of MD University College, Adelphi, MD

  • 2013 Gallery 788: Sondheim Award Nominees Show, Baltimore, MD

  • 2013 Hamilton Gallery, “Chesapeake Watershed”, MD and MD Science Center, Baltimore

  • 2012 Gallery 4N5, 863 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

  • 2011 Abstract Survey: 2000-2010, R. Ray curator, Sacramento Temporary Contemporary, CA

  • 2007 Ratner Museum  “Four Ways of Seeing”, Bethesda, MD

  • 1995 Foundry Gallery, Sam Gilliam, Juror, Washington, DC

  • 1996 “IASG at MOCA”, Manon Cleary, Curator, Georgetown, Washington, DC

  • 1996 MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, KOAN Emerging Artist Exhibition, Georgetown, DC

  • 1996 School 33, Artsites Group Installation, “Search for Language”, Baltimore, MD

  • 1996 Women’s National Democratic Club (Invitational) “Abstracts”, Washington, DC

  • 1993 Studio Gallery, New Artists, DuPont Circle, DC

  • 1990 Touchstone Gallery, Artist’s Equity Annual Members Show, Willem deLooper, Juror, Washington, DC

  • 1990 Art Barn, “New Talent”, Chris Addison, Juror, Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC

  • 1990 Capitol Hill Art League, David Tannous, Curator, Washington, DC

  • 1987 55th Annual Cumberland Valley Artist Exhibition, Museum of Washington Co., Washington County, MD

 

Publications and Reviews

 

  • 2017 City Paper, Baltimore, Now See This, Sept 27, 'Here and There' review by Rebekah Kirkman

  • 2017 Baltimore Sun, Fall Arts Guide, Interview by Wesley Case

  • 2017 Baltimore Style, September, interview by Jessica Gregg

  • 2017 Baltimore Sun, 8/25, Weekend Watch, Around Town, 'Labor of Art' by Tim Smith

  • 2016 Bmoreart, Online, Feb 18, Home, Art & Culture, ESW Collaborative Invests in Baltimore by Care Ober

  • 2015 Bmoreart, Online, July 15, Artscape at MAXgallery, features The Beautiful Community by Nicole Ringel

  • 2014 Baltimore Post-Examiner, July 19, Artscape: MAXgallery in Butchers Hill Offers... by Anthony C. Hayes

  • 2014 What Weekly, Art (E)Scape: At MAXgallery, Art, Issue 226, Land of Pleasant Living by Peggy Hoffman

  • 2014 Baltimore Guide, 7/9, "Local galleries part of Artscape Gallery Network  Interview by Erik Zygmont

  • 2013 Baltimore Style, Vol.21, No.7, Dec p30 [Portfolio], Picture This 'City Sights' interview by Cara Ober

  • 2013 Bmoreart Online Interview by Cara Ober, "From Artist to Curator: An Interview with M.Taylor"

  • 2013 Baltimore Guide, 7/7 Interview by Erik Zygmont, "Go to Artscape-without leaving the Southeast"

  • 2011 Urbanite Online Magazine, Arts/Culture/My Creation/Inner Turbulence, Feb.15, 2011 by Cara Ober

  • 2008 Style Magazine, [About Town] Gallery, Vol16, No.1, Feb p22, Art from the Heart by Sarah Achenbach

  • 2005 Baltimore Sun, Critic’s Corner/Today 11/16/05 p4E, At Montage Gallery by Glen McNatt

  • 2003 Baltimore Sun, LIVE! 09/25, p15T, Taylor’s images defined by ‘pure line and color’ by Glen McNatt

  • 2003 Citypaper, Baltimore, 09/24-30, p37, Empty Spaces Exist No More  by Blake de Pastino

  • 1998, 92, 91, 88 Cover: George Meany Center Curriculum Catalog

  • 1996 Washington Post, 08/05, pD7, Style/Arts, Arts Beat, IASG at MOCA by Michael O’Sullivan

 

Public and Private Collections

 

  • MD- George Meany Center (GMCLS) formerly in Silver Spring, MD (Collection of 18 paintings), Banner Title Co, Rockville; Baltimore-Family Life Health, Inc; Baltimore Concert Opera;

  • DC -Environmental Industry Associations; Corporate Executive Board;

  • VA -America On Line

 

  • Private collections throughout the United States, including California, Oregon, Washington state, Washington DC,  New York, Florida, Illinois,  and Virginia.

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