Shannon Taylor-Jones is an emerging Canadian artist based in Toronto. She graduated from OCAD University in 2016 with a major in Drawing and Painting and a minor in Photography. Although primarily a painter, her work is interdisciplinary and both two-dimensional and installation based. Sheworks with ideas of intuition and materiality in her practice, focusing on abstraction.

staylorjonesart@gmail.com

Education

2017      Museum and Cultural Management Graduate Certificate, Centennial College
               (projected 2018) 

2016      Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ontario College of Art and Design University

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017      VUCO Artspace Christmas Market, VUCO Artspace, Toronto      
               A Festivus For The Rest of Us, Northern Contemporary, Toronto
               De Profundis, Workman Arts, Toronto
               Why the @#&! Do You Paint? All the Colour, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto
               Big X Exhibitions, Ink and Water Tattoo, Toronto
               Summer Emerging Art Exhibit, Gallery 1313, Toronto
               one after the other, Neilson Park Creative Centre, Toronto
               #Exnovation, THEMUSEUM, Kitchener 

2016      Experiencing Perspectives, Mercedes Benz Financial Services, Mississauga
               Split Vision, Red Door Gallery, Georgetown 
               Dog Days, Broadview Espresso, Toronto
               GradEx 101, OCADU, Toronto
               The Big Draw, OCADU, Toronto
               The Small Draw, OCADU, Toronto

2015      This is Not a Craft Fair, OCADU, Toronto

2013      Festival of The Body, OCADU, Toronto

Curatorial Projects

2017      one after the other, Neilson Park Creative Centre, Toronto

Professional Affiliations

2017-present      Workman Arts 

Awards

2015      Catherine Daigle Scholarship

2012      Earla Alexander Award

Fairs

2015     Etsy: Made in Canada, OCADU, September 26, Toronto
              The Lincoln: Pop Up Market @ Placebo Space, July 26, Toronto 
              Pink Market 2015, Artscape Youngplace, June 27-28, Toronto

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