Patricia Taylor - Fine Artist

Patricia Taylor

Jacksonville, FL - United States

 
 
 

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Patricia Taylor

Jacksonville, FL - United States

Patricia Taylor - Fine Artist

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About Patricia Taylor

I'm retired and I love it! I paint and write the memories of my life...and in doing so, I create new memories!

At age 73, there's lots to remember. I've traveled much of the world, first with my engineer husband and family, secondly with my political career, and thirdly (in my imaginative mind) with my writing and painting. The last part is the most fun.

Below is what's been written about me. The me of today is in casual clothes with splashes of paint here and there. I think I've finally become eccentric. Yea!

Patricia is a U.S. citizen who lived, traveled, and studied in Japan, Europe, and the Middle East at different times in her life. Currently she is a full time artist and writer living in Florida where her international background and art study come alive in her oil paintings. She generally paints for friends and family; here she displays her art for you to view and to order prints or cards if you like from FAA. Patricia does not sell her original art online. She usually paints specifically for an individual. You are welcome to look and to purchase prints or cards from FAA. If you would like Patricia to paint something specifically for you, please contact her for further information. Thank you for stopping by!

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St. Augustine, Florida, founded in 1565 by Spanish explorer and admiral Pedro Menendez, is the oldest continuously occupied European-established city and port in the continental United States. During what is known as the "Flagler era," Henry Flagler, a partner with John D. Rockefeller in Standard Oil arrived in St. Augustine in the 1880s and transformed St. Augustine into a winter resort. Much of the ornate architecture is known as Spanish Colonial. Today St. Augustine is an international tourist attraction, a sailboat community, and headquarters for the Florida National Guard.

Patricia Taylor - Windows on the World
 

Windows on the World by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine Old World Architecture
 

St. Augustine Old World Architecture by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine Vestibule
 

St. Augustine Vestibule by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine Color
 

St. Augustine Color by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - Spindle Decor
 

Spindle Decor by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - Gate to the Courtyard
 

Gate to the Courtyard by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - The Red Door
 

The Red Door by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - Waiting For A Letter
 

Waiting For A Letter by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - Lacy Curtains and Shadows
 

Lacy Curtains and Shadows by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine Church Clock Tower
 

St. Augustine Church Clock Tower by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine Bridge of Lions
 

St. Augustine Bridge of Lions by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine Spanish Colonial Ornate
 

St. Augustine Spanish Colonial Ornate by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - Palm Tree Shadow on the Wall
 

Palm Tree Shadow on the Wall by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - St. Augustine with Flags
 

St. Augustine with Flags by Patricia Taylor

Patricia Taylor - Mediterranean in Red White Blue
 

Mediterranean in Red White Blue by Patricia Taylor

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