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Abstracted Motion | Street Murals by Taylor White | Alfred Williams & Company in Raleigh
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Abstracted Motion | Street Murals by Taylor White | Alfred Williams & Company in Raleigh
Abstracted Motion | Street Murals by Taylor White | Alfred Williams & Company in Raleigh

Abstracted Motion - Street Murals

Featured In Alfred Williams & Company, Raleigh, NC

Starts at $20,000

Painted by Raleigh artist Taylor White located on the side of the Alfred Williams building in downtown Raleigh. It measures approximately 50’ x 35’.
Google Fiber engineer an augmented reality component for this mural. The feature is now available via an app you can download from the Google Play store.

Price includes artist labor, supplies, logistics and materials. Price may be adjusted to reflect equipment costs and other associated costs.

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Item Abstracted Motion
Created by Taylor White
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Taylor White
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Wescover creator since 2019
Taylor White is an American figurative artist whose work engages with the fundamental elements of being. Combining refined techniques of classical training with bright, unexpected color choices born from the residue of street art and pop culture, White’s work is a bold and kinetic pursuit of the delicate harmonies that exist in that sweet spot between order and chaos.

White was raised in Raleigh, NC and educated at the Savannah College of Art and Design, completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration in 2007. Upon graduating, she began contributing her efforts to acclaimed Oslo-based advertising agency TRY/Apt, as the first and only full-time illustrator hired in a Norwegian agency at the time.

Three years later her choice to pursue painting brought her to Australia, where she found a new kind of success traversing the textures of urban environments, furnishing the streets and galleries of Melbourne with her uniquely haunting, expressive portraits of forlorn youth.

She has exhibited internationally from Melbourne to Berlin, LA, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago and Detroit. She has contributed to events for Just Another Agency, Analogue/Digital, Juddy Roller, Outer Space Project, Richmond Mural Project, Murals in the Market, Branded Arts, and SCOPE Miami Beach. She most recently worked with Google Fiber to create one of the largest public-facing Augmented Reality murals in the world.

She is currently based in Raleigh, NC.