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Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 17 September-30 November 2003 ; and at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, 5 February-2 May 2004.
Bibliography: page 160.
One of Australia's most revered artists, Howard Taylor placed rigorous and intriguing demands upon specialists, interpreters, himself and the public over six decades. Based in the Western Australian forest town of Northcliffe, Taylor captured the changing light and colour of the Australian bush with unparalleled conceptual subtlety and artistic precision. His work demonstrates for us all that the more one looks the more enlightening experience becomes, and that the resources of art are constantly replenished by the very problems it seems to pose.