26th May - 23rd June 2023

I will be having a solo show of my sea paintings @theartoffrinton

18th March - 27th May 2023

The Entwined show travelled to the Visual Art Centre in Scunthorpe

November 2022 - January 2023

Three of my plant paintings will be in this exhbiition in Huddersfield - Entwined - Plants in Contemporary Painting

10th September - 27th November 2022

Paint Edgy - I have one plant painting in this group show at Artspace Gallery, The Ropewalk,
Maltkiln Road, Barton on Humber, North Lincolnshire DN18 5JT

November 2021

One of my Sea paintings is on show at the A.P.T gallery in Deptford, London as part of the Darkness at Noon show.

December 2020

One of my paintings - Alongside River Colne - is in Vitalistic Fantasies - a Contemporary British Painting group show at The Cello Factory in London. The gallery is very near to Waterloo Railway Station - 33-34 Cornwall Road, Waterloo SE1 8TJ - open from Wed 2nd December until Tuesday 8th December - you will need to visit the website below and book in order to visit (due to COVID). I will be invigilating on Sunday 6th December from 2-5pm.


Download the catalogue with an essay by Dr. Catrin Webster.

November 2020

My work will be part of the Art at Home scheme run by Kath and Company - Affordable art for your home.

"A new service building on Kath’s 30 year expertise to create new opportunities to select, commission and connect artists with buyers. Launching in November 2020." - https://www.kathandcompany.co.uk/art-at-home/April 2020

April 2020

Part of the #curatingforcorona collection put together by Kath and Company - https://www.kathandcompany.co.uk/curating-for-corona-project/January 2020

Foamy Sea sold to a collector in America via SaatchiArt


An Exhibition of 34 Painters, The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral, Norfolk 

January 2018

picture of exhibition at Minories Gallery

Solo show of paintings at the Minories Gallery in Colchester. 
Private view was on Friday 5th January 2018, 6pm-9pm.
The exhibition is then open from Saturday 6th January until Thursday 25th January, The gallery is closed on Sundays. 

The title of the show is Collected Works by Harvey Taylor.

October 2017

I have a small painting in a CBP group show at the Crypt Gallery.

The Crypt St Marylebone Parish Church
17 Marylebone Road London NW1 8LT

30 September 2017 until 11 January 2018

June 2017

Foamy Sea is part of a group show of the CBP group at the Menier Gallery in London

Sea painting by Harvey Taylor

May 2017

Looking Down - Phoebe - oil on canvas 

Sold to a collector in Florida

Painting by Harvey Taylor - girl looking down with blue light on her

December 2016

Painting in progress - Phoebe Looking Down - oil on canvas 120cm x 90cm


December 2016

Two small postcard paintings in a group show called Postkarte in Wivenhoe


November 2016

Two paintings selected for the 57th Essex Open at Southend.


May 2016

My painting won the most votes in the People's Prize category of the Celebrate Landscape competition at the Art Exchange, Essex University. Over 1000 people visited the exhibition and 600 took part in the vote for the prize.

Painting by Harvey Taylor

May 2016

New painting in progress - Breaking Waves - oil on canvas - 123cm x 93cm

painting in progress - Breaking Waves - 123cm x 93cm

Into the Woods IV is in the Celebrate Landscape show at the Art Exchange at Essex University. April - May 2016

Into the Woods III was sold via Saatchi Art to a collector in America, January 2016

My new Phoebe painting is in the Firstsite Open, Colchester until November 22nd 2015. Link to Youtube video - my work is towards the end.

Into the Woods III had made it into the 56th Essex Open at the Beecroft Gallery in Southend. The exhibition is from July 25 - October 10 2015.

My painting 'Winter Phoebe' was at the Sentinel Gallery in Wivenhoe until 28th April 2015.

20 January until 21 February 2015

Solo show at The Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk, UK.

Solo show at The Cut - card invite

15 November 2014

The @paintbritain show opened at Ipswich Arts School today. The group exhibition runs until the end of January at the Ipswich Arts School. My sea painting - Sea II -  is in the show.

Installation shot of Sea II at Ipswich Art School Text on the wall about the show
Installation shot looking down into the Art School Another installation shot of show

From 1 Nov 2014

One of my sea paintings is part of the Priseman-Seabrook collection. the collection will be on display at Huddersfield Art Museum from 1 Nov 2014 until March 2015.

Sea painting at Huddersfield Art Gallery Some of the exhibiting artists at Huddersfield Art Gallery

11 October 2014

Winter Phoebe is part of the Eastern Open show at Kings Lynn Arts Centre, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, UK

21 January - 21 February 2015

Solo show of paintings at Halesworth, Suffolk, UK - The Cut

November 2014

My Sea painting will be on show at the Ipswich Arts School from November 15th until end of January. It is part of a group show called @paintbritain.

August 2014

Both 'Path into the Woods' and 'Path into the Woods II' were sold to a collector in America, through the Saatchi website.

Also working on a double portrait commission for Yo-Hann Tan, a collector in Singapore. Here is the finished painting - 48" x 36" - oil on canvas.

Double portrait of Kolbe and William - oil on canvas 48" x 36"


July 2014

Painting in progress - The Woods III - the final painting will be 120 cm x 90cm - oil on canvas.

Painting in progress by Harvey Taylor - oil on canvas - 120cm x 90cm


Solo show at St. Marylebone Parish Church London, in the crypt. As part of the Contemporary British painting group I had a solo show of selected paintings. The show ran from 4 May until 29 May 2014. 

Phoebe in front of a couple of Phoebe paintings Phoebe in front of dad painting
Large Phoebe painting in the crypt Berlin New Year at the crypt
Harvey Taylor's paintings at the Crypt Harvey Taylor's paintings at the Crypt


Path into the Woods,  on show at the Contemporary British painting Group show at St. Marylebone Parish Church, in the crypt. The show was in December 2013.

Picture of painting at Contemporary British Painting group show at St Marylebone Parish Church crypt.

"Contemporary British Painting presents a new platform for contemporary painting in the UK. Monthly solo shows take place in the Marylebone Parish Church Crypt . The group show during December has several of the painters involved in the programme showing their work. The exhibition runs until December 28."

My painting Mum is in the East Contemporary Art Collection at University Campus Suffolk. It was on show at the Waterfront Gallery in Ipswich from 24 September until 13 November 2013.

Picture of East Contemporary Art show

"To launch the East Contemporary Art collection University Campus Suffolk (UCS) is planning a series of exhibitions in the Waterfront Gallery which will showcase the vast range of artistic talent and excellence within the collection. The first exhibition will be the launch of the collection which due to the size of the gallery will be scheduled in two parts. The first will open on the evening of the 24 September to 13 November and the second on the 27 November to 16 January 2014.
The aim is to provide the viewer with an eclectic mix of work which demonstrates the wealth of artistic talent within the East of England. The first exhibition will be hung in a salon – style and will feature work from:

Richard Allen, Esmond Bingham, James Dodds, John Doubleday, Charles Debenham, Steve Downey, Wendy Elia, Anne Schwegmann-Fielding,  Jane Frederick, Barbara Howey, Jo Howe, Maggie Hambling, Elizabeth Hughes, Linda Ingham, Gary Malcolm Johnson, Jacqui Jones, Tory Lawrence, Helen Napper, Nicholas Middleton, Malcolm Moseley, Caroline Mc Adam, Caroline Munn, Gideon Pain, Justin Partyka,  Barbara Pierson, Freya Purdue, Alex Pearl, Arabella Shand, Sarah Sabin, Ron Sims, Harvey Taylor, Gemma Watts and Mary Webb. ( 33 artists)"

July 2013 - My painting Phoebe Looking Down is in the Falmouth Art Gallery collection.

July 2013 - My painting Mum is now in the East  Contemporary Art Collection at the University Campus of Suffolk.

July 2013 - This is the latest commission - it is oil on canvas - 85cm x 61cm

Painting of a portrait by Harvey Taylor - oil on canvas 81cm x 65cm

July 2013 - This is the latest painting of the Sea - The Sea at Mersea II, Oil on canvas, 108cm x 87cm

Painting by Harvey Taylor - The Sea at Mersea II - oil on canvas

Here are some pictures of my show at the Norman Rea Gallery at York University  - May 2013.

Picture of show in York Picture of exhibition in York Picture of exhibition in York
Picture of exhibition in York Picture of exhibition in York
Picture of me at the York exhibition - with the Director of the Gallery.

Here is the article in the York Press about my show

Here is an article about the show in The Yorker - link to article

Here is a lovely review of my show in York - link to article

My exhibition of Portraits at the Norman Rea Gallery, York University on 29th April 2013 and runs for two weeks.

Poster for exhibition of Portraits in York - April / May 2013

"The exhibition draws together a group of large-scale portraits depicting members of the artist's family. The oil paintings, which are tributes to those closest to me, are scaled up from digital photographs taken by the artist."

The Norman Rea Gallery is a university campus art space that promotes the work of both students and professional artists, practicing in a huge range of media. The gallery is run entirely by students for the enjoyment of the whole of campus and the wider university community. The gallery hosts three exhibitions a term with lectures, seminars and events.

My work has also been selected by Robert Priseman to be part of an exciting project called 'Contemporary British Painting'. This group includes some great painters including Robert Priseman, Simon Carter and Nick Middleton. There will be 24 painters and each one will have a solo show at St. Marylebone Parish Church in London.

The group has a website - Contemporary British Painting - here is the page listing the artists in the group.

"Where we have diversity in styles, handling and approach, we are all united in our love of painting and its property to create beauty and metaphor and to act as a philosophical meditation on the nature of the human condition." Robert Priseman