Artist Taylor Hart

Taylor Hart’s art is on display at Oatley Vigmond – part of PIA Law – BIST Corporate Platinum Sponsor at 151 Ferris Ln Suite #200 in Barrie.

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Image Description: Taylor Hart, a white skinned woman with long brown hair is smiling at the camera. She is wearing a black gown and is lying on her side in a waterfall.

Taylor Hart Art

Taylor Hart Silent Epidemic

Title: Silent Epidemic

Artist Description: “Silent Epidemic” is a piece I’ve created to portray my own experiences enduring Traumatic Brain Injuries. I want to raise awareness for a quiet, devastating injury that is under-acknowledged. 

The tryptic is a journey of frustration, devastation, isolation, remembering, and healing. I’ve chosen to present myself in this pose to depict poise, dignity, and grace with a head held high. The text amidst the background is not noticeable at first glance, displaying how an injury to the brain can be remarkably silent, invisible, and quietly powerful. How only those close enough can recognize the pain and trauma in persevering through a wound that has absorbed my being from the inside out. Beautiful chaos from a life-changing force.

Dimensions: 18×24 for each piece within this triptych

Media: Oil Paint

Image Description: Three black and white images. From left to right: a side profile of a white woman with long hair wearing a black dress. Her eyes are closed and her head is slightly arched; the middle image is of the same woman, same pose with white and black cube shapes exploding out of the top of her head, leaving pinkish blood-like streaks dripping down; the right image is of the same woman but instead of her face you see her skull and brain. On the top of her brain there is a red mark implying injury.

Pain into power by Taylor Hart

Title: Metamorphosis

Artist Description: “We delight in the beauty in the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” 

Transformation is not a kind place, but rather a place of rebirth. We can learn so much from the caterpillar that grows its butterfly wings in the ache of darkness. We shed the past and emerge. These are the seasons of change, as we grow to be free and beautiful with wings to fly. Where to truest parts of you can emerge and you begin to transition into the most intuitive and vibrant canvas of yourself.

Media: Mixed Media

Dimensions: 20×30

Image Description: Sketch of a white woman wearing glasses with long hair. She is black and white, but has orange, white and black monarch butterfly wings on her back. The left wing appears to be injured and cut. The top of the poster reads “Turn Pain into Power. “There are many statements in the poster written in yellow, pink and orange, such as: “Your body is a battleground,” “The beauty of you is how you wear who you are,” “Revolution,” “You do not have to wake up and become the butterfly,” “This too shall pass.”