Taylor McKimens paints the mundane in a profound way. His scenes feature the characters and artifacts of his youth in Winterhaven, California. Finding inspiration in college Taylor slowly forged his own unique style, a messy, beautiful vision of everything around him. In this episode we follow Taylor as he takes us on a fishing expedition in Brooklyn, and installs a group show for the inaugural The Hole Gallery show in New York.
About The Creative Lives:
"The Creative Lives is the fruit of my efforts to capture the nature of an artist; the struggles they have, the doubts that arise, and the victory of creating something you’re proud to sign. These documentaries are a labor of love and a process that, for a time, I thought I would never be able to finish alone. I owe so much to my friends, family and loved ones for helping me get through the creation and editing of these episodes.
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– G. Lewis Heslet (Director of The Creative Lives)