ULLA TAYLOR
Melbourne, Victoria - Australia



Original Artworks (4)

Ulla Taylor; Litter And Plastic Belong..., 2005, Original Drawing Other, 10 x 5 feet. Artwork description: 241 A pavement fresco on brick at Tauranga Arts festival, ) ctober 05, created over four days.  L& P is a popular NZ drink which I have used here to represent Litter and Plastic in general.  The dolphin, guernard, paua and other shell fish are indiginous to the area. ...
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Original Other Drawing, 2005
10 x 5 feet (3.05 x 1.52 m)
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Ulla Taylor; Fairy MoGlo In Alyssum Li..., 2003, Original Painting Acrylic, 80 x 120 cm. Artwork description: 241 a detail of the male fairy MoGlo from
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Original Acrylic Painting, 2003
80 x 120 cm (31.5 x 47.2 inches)
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Ulla Taylor; TaupoWarriorMountains, 2002, Original Drawing Other, 450 x 190 cm. Artwork description: 241 A street fresco in pastel produced over seven days in Taupo, New Zealand for the local Arts Festival.  Warrior mountains are the volcanoes Ruapehu, Togariro, Ngaurahoe. . Pihunga is the womans mount in mid- ground.  Lake Taupo is an enormous volcanic crater of unplumbed depth.  The mural also ...
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Original Other Drawing, 2002
450 x 190 cm (177.2 x 74.8 inches)
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Ulla Taylor; DeathRowNearPemberton, 2002, Original Painting Acrylic, 70 x 120 cm. Artwork description: 241 Inspired by a plein- air sketch. . in 1995 I visited Jane Block in the Northcliffe/ Pemberton area of WA with my friend Kaf.  This piece of forest was then under threat from logging and there were protests over the issue.  Today I believe that patch is safe ...
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Original Acrylic Painting, 2002
70 x 120 cm (27.6 x 47.2 inches)
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Artist Statement

I work as a street pavement artist, or "Screever". With pastels and kneepads in tow, I create original street murals at festivals and special events.

Screeving has enabled me to earn an income from my art since I was 17.
Pavement Art is art for the masses.. it is created for the joy of the whole community.. Now it's getting hard to travel anywhere without doing a street drawing!.. makes me feel at home in the wide world. Since 1987 I've worked throughout Australia, New Zealand and Canada, and have also worked in England, Wales, Germany, Lithuania, and Japan.

The art is a performance,it out-lives itself in people's memories, but what I like most about street art is the way it can be a delightful surprise to strangers, a little sacred site in the midst of the grey city for all to enjoy...

My public work artwork is site specific, and I try to make it as topical and relevant to the audience as possible, favouring nature and fantasy as my themes.

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