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Animal Oil Paintings by Nature Wildlife Painter Taylor White

Taylor White was reared in rural Tuscaloosa County, Alabama where she was presented with the major influences that pointed her in the direction she has taken as an artist.

Her work has been accepted in juried competitions and exhibits where she has received many awards.

She has received the top award in Wildlife division of the Wonders of Alabama Art Competition and also Employee Choice Award.

Her oil painting of the great white heron took first place last year at the Alabama Wildlife Federation yearly show and this year she received the Award of Excellence for her depiction of wild turkeys.

Her paintings can be found in public and private collections throughout the United States and Canada. Her compositions stem from travels she enjoys wit her husband, James.

She had been published in Wildlife Art News. Sporting Classic, Alabama Conservation, Alabama Wildlife, Southeastern Art Showcase, on the cover of Covey Rise magazine, and other periodicals. Her compositions have been used in commercial endeavors such as greeting cards, tee shirts and bank checks.

Her work can be seen displayed in shows throughout the US and Canada. Most recently, Vancouver Canada, Highland, NC. Shreveport, LA MT Dora, FL., Helen , GA . and at the Booth Western Museum in Cartersville, GA and.Winter Park FL and Easton, Maryland. Among past shows are:

Wildlife Art Festival of North Georgia

Duck Unlimited Outdoor Show, Memphis

Comer Museum and Arts Center

Anniston Museum of Natural History

Art Show at the Dog Show

Southeastern Miniature Show, Germanton, NC

Florida Wildlife and Western Expo

Fine Arts of Ocala

Virginia Beach Board Walk Show

National Zoo Art Show, Washington, DC

Her awards are too numerous to mention. Her most recent was Best of Show for "Spring Construction at the Flora and Fauna Art Show; Sponsored by the Alabama Wildlife Federation. In 2013 she received Honorable Mention for " Silent Wisdom' in the yearly Energen Corporation Show, "Art of Alabama."

Taylor White is a signature member of Artists for Conservation, a nonprofit international organization of wildlife artists with members spanking five continents and twenty-seven countries. They have published three of her paintings in two different coffee table books.

“I enjoy being in the field, sketching and collecting reference material as much as I love the process of painting. The Giclée printing process has made it possible to offer a quality print that is visually and materially as good as the original. I am printing my own originals in my studio, allowing me to offer my work at a very affordable price. Printing for fellow artists has opened more communication with others with like interest. I am very fortunate to be able to do what I like: with passion.

"Each painting has a history. I paint from my own references and sketches. (A pointer may be in a field he has never seen, but I know if he belongs there.) I get most of the large wildlife references from wildlife animal parks. (Somehow, the wild ones just won't sit still.) Sporting dogs usually belong to someone I know. Hunters are always happy to show off their dog's prowess."


Taylor White can be contacted at:
205-631-5327 or