Paul Taylor’s pictures are mainly landscapes and urbanscapes – including studies of buildings which project a personality or seem interesting, perhaps mysterious, in some way. The pictures were taken in and around Sydney and in South Africa. Both countries have landscape qualities that remind him of the paintings of Geogia O’ Keefe and the desert photographs of Ansel Adams. Occasionally he has synthesised a picture’s content from more than one image – in these cases using the word “collage” in the title, so that the viewer knows the scene is partly imaginary.
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