Artist: Zoya Taylor at Spence Gallery

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Zoya Taylor is a self-taught Jamaican-Canadian artist. She grew up between Germany, Jamaica and Canada and now lives in Norway where she currently works as a full-time artist. Ms. Taylor has exhibited extensively in the USA, Norway, Germany, Italy, Spain, England and Jamaica.

In 2009, she participated in the Florence Biennial in Italy and was one of the recipients of the President's Award.
Growing up, the young Zoya spent hours in drawing classes, visiting galleries and pouring over the works of famous artists. She has always been visually expressive and at some level harbored the desire to be an artist but for years painting remained secondary. Just over 10 years ago Ms. Taylor began focusing on painting full-time. Her inspiration comes partially from the various cultures and places she has experienced.

Come see Zoya Taylor's showing in the Affordable art show September 13-17 Check it out the links below for tickets for the private events or general tickets.

Located in Mirvish Village, the Spence Gallery specializes in contemporary Caribbean, Latin and African art. The gallery opened in June 2005, as a welcome addition to the Toronto art scene. Spence Gallery was founded to celebrate culturally diverse artistic expressions. We provide a venue for beautiful, powerful and inspiring work.

While the art collection reveals the specific cultural origins of the artists, it can be appreciated and enjoyed by people of all cultures. check them when you attend the Affordable art Fair in New York September 13th-17th.

To learn more about the gallery and see more art go to or call 416-795-2787

GENERAL DAY PASS: Valid for the entire duration of the fair, EXCLUDING Private View and After Dark on Thursday after 6pm.

PRIVATE VIEW PASS: Valid for entry to the Private View on Wednesday, Sept 13, 6pm-9pm and for the entire duration of the fair.

DISCOUNTED GENERAL ADMISSION PASS: We have an unlimited amount of these tickets available.

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