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1608 E. 15th Street 
Tulsa, Oklahoma


Scott Taylor

Contemporary Pop Artist

Scott Taylor is a contemporary pop artist that creates vivid works of art for his clients and patrons all around the world. He debuted in 2014 with wall pieces featuring boldly colored abstract compositions and shapes. Since then, he has continued to shift and grow, and has settled into contemporary impressionism as the most fitting style for his vision and heart. Using almost everything he can get his hands on, from acrylic, to spray paint, to chalk pastels and unique objects in his studio, his projects seem united by a desire to inspire and create joy and happiness through his paintings. He also is the Founder and Executive Creative of Colorpop Art Lab, an art and design firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Taylor now offers art classes, in person and online, for kids and adults of all experience levels. His focus is helping his students find and cultivate their own unique style and creativity by teaching core precepts that students can build on as they grow all while having fun.


His clients include Senegence, Oklahomans for Equality, Art’s Alliance of Tulsa, Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Theatre Tulsa, Mayo Demonstration School, OSU Cardiovascular Hospital, Little Light House, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Flint Co and more. 

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We have had the pleasure of working with Scott as a teaching artist on several occasions.   He is a student and staff favorite in our building and we love working with him.  We are always thrilled with his charisma and passion for his craft.  He has an incredible ability to inspire others as he shares his love for art.  


    During our most recent exhibition, our selection committee accepted all five of the pieces Scott submitted during our call for art.  Within minutes of opening the show to the public, we realized Scott’s work was getting a lot of attention.  It was no surprise when his work in our show sold out before the close of opening night.  Our members and guests loved his use of color and the bold aesthetic of his work.  We can’t wait to continue working with him through events and programming, and we are excited to see what he creates next.  

—  Heather Duncan, Executive Director of Living Arts of Tulsa

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