Learn about Taylor, Ray

Ray Taylor was born in Melbourne in 1944. He studied at Phillip Institute of Technology, Chisholm Institute of Technology, Caulfield, and Hawthorn Teachers' College, Victoria. He has held solo exhibitions at The Craft Centre, South Yarra, Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane, and Elmswood Gallery, Adelaide. He is represented in National Gallery of Victoria, Queensland Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Western Australia and a number of regional and municipal galleries.
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Ray Taylor (b. 1944) Raku pot with brush glaze pattern in shades of blue, purple, green and brown, artist's initial painted to base, firing crack to body. Height 39 cm. Diameter 36 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Harold Hughan bowl, Eric Juckert bowl with two damaged dishes by Sylvia Halpern and Louisa Taylor

Small Louisa Taylor Toadstool vase, signed L. Taylor, 6.5 cm tall

Louisa Taylor, green glazed gum nut and leaf pottery vase, signed L.Taylor, 16 cm tall

Louisa Taylor, a blue glazed earthenware squat candle stick, circa 1925, with an applied mushroom, inscribed twice L. Taylor, 13 cm diameter

Ray Taylor, large bowl, painted 'RT' to base, 47 cm diameter x 16 cm high

Ray Taylor, large pot, painted 'RT' to base, 37 cm diameter x 38 cm high

Ray Taylor raku fired, square stoneware square pot, dated 1990