An award winning artist, Zeek Taylor has been the subject of many one-man-exhibits
and juried shows. He is the recipient of the Arkansas Governor's Art Award for Lifetime Achievement, and his paintings have hung in the Arkansas Governor's Mansion. He received the 2018 Idle Class Magazine Black Apple Legacy Award.
His work has been displayed on five occasions in the Arkansas Arts Center, three times in the prestigious Delta Exhibition, and two times in the International Toys Designed by Artists Exhibition. Zeek has earned several "Best of Show" awards.
A storyteller and writer, he has performed twice on the National Public Radio show "Tales from the South," and his stories were heard by more than 130 million listeners worldwide. A StoryCorps interview with Zeek is on file in the Library of Congress. A segment of the interview aired on NPR's Morning Edition and was heard by 50 million listeners. He gave a TedX talk in Bentonville, AR, and is the author of three self-published books: Chimps Having Fun, Out of the Delta," and Out of the Delta II. His two "Delta" books have been published in one volume, Out of the Delta the Anthology, by Sandy Springs Press. He is co-producer and co-host of Homegrown Tales, a live storytelling shows that is replayed online by Kfresh productions. Zeek lives and maintains a studio in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
"I paint with a greater concern for style over realism and with a focus on pattern and color theory. The one rule that I adhere to is “break the rules.” Zeek Taylor
Governor's Art Award
Zeek's TedX talk,
Global Image Interview.
To view click HERE
The Magic Garden, promo
for Gina Gallina Duling Crochet
Zeek's "Tales From the
South" story, click HERE
Tales from the South Q&A
Red Hart Yarns commercial
Out of the Delta, the Anthology
Trailer click HERE