About the Artist
Taylor Jeffers is an American Artist born on May 5th, 1988. She grew up in a small mountain town in Southern California. As an only child until age 11, she was quiet and shy, and would entertain herself by drawing or coloring. "I remember learning about Van Gogh in elementary school, and re-creating my own version of 'Starry Night' with pastels."
Described as eclectic, her vivid imagination translates into her work. Inspired by spirituality, politics, symbolism, and living by "The Golden Rule." "If we treat each other how we would like to be treated, the world would dramatically change. It's so simple. And I try to live my life that way."
After living in Los Angeles, Taylor moved to Salt Lake City which is where she started selling handmade accessories and donated custom works to charities. These charities included "65 Roses" for a Cystic Fibrosis fundraiser and auction, and a skateboard design for a non profit kids organization.
Now back in a small mountain town, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, biking, and taking photos.
Influenced by the surreal styles of artists like Mark Ryden, Craola, or Salvador Dali, Taylor strives to evolve her own style. "To me, surrealism is the reality of our dreams. It's a way to describe the abstract thoughts and theories that is our existence and meaning. Where colors can make the whole mood of the piece and you can just feel what the artist was feeling. I love that."