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Taylor Rose is a New Hampshire based illustrator and painter inspired by the tiny worlds and organisms within our enchanting forests, marshes, grasslands, shorelines, and beyond. She studies and celebrates these subject matters through multidimensional installation paintings made with reclaimed sheet metal that's cut, warped, and painted by hand. Outside of art she also loves fly fishing, folklore, and traveling by bicycle.

Collection title: In the Loupe
About this collection: 
Nearly all of my inspiration comes from outdoor wanderings, and during these escapes I always carry a small magnifying loupe. This simple little tool allows me to experience the endlessly detailed universes hiding within mere inches of a tree or rock or patch of soil. The loupe helped to rewire my mind to appreciate and honor the absolute beauty in the little worlds around us. From the topography of lichen to the kaleidoscopic patterns on a moth wing, my hope with these works is to recreate that magical loupe experience through art, and honor the tiny worlds and organisms within our enchanting forests and landscapes.

Luna Moth Caterpillar and Hickory

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one of a kind

Medium: reclaimed sheet metal (cut and shaped by hand), acrylic paint, sealed with satin varnish

Dimensions: 9" x 11"

Ready to Hang with sawtooth

New Hampshire, USA

Taylor Rose is a New Hampshire based illustrator and painter inspired by the tiny worlds and organisms within our enchanting forests, marshes, grasslands, shorelines, and beyond. She studies and celebrates these subject matters through multidimensional installation paintings made with reclaimed sheet metal that's cut, warped, and painted by hand. Outside of art she also loves fly fishing, folklore, and traveling by bicycle.

Collection title: In the Loupe
About this collection: 
Nearly all of my inspiration comes from outdoor wanderings, and during these escapes I always carry a small magnifying loupe. This simple little tool allows me to experience the endlessly detailed universes hiding within mere inches of a tree or rock or patch of soil. The loupe helped to rewire my mind to appreciate and honor the absolute beauty in the little worlds around us. From the topography of lichen to the kaleidoscopic patterns on a moth wing, my hope with these works is to recreate that magical loupe experience through art, and honor the tiny worlds and organisms within our enchanting forests and landscapes.