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 Tal Walton  (1963 - )

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Lived/Active: Colorado      Known for: mood landscape, architecture, abstract

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Tal Walton was born in 1965 and attended Brigham Young University, receiving a bachelor's degree in painting and sculpture. His professor who taught that a good painting is laid out according to logical symmetry influenced Walton. His work encompasses the use of three part divisions, a component that relates to his Mormon beliefs. The three divisions found in Walton's painting symbolize "our past, present and future lives". The center section of each painting represents the current reality of our lives and is symbolized by relatively strong, clear colors. By contrast, the colors in the adjoining sections are darker and more muted. The horizon line and the position of the elements are intended to give the painting an ethereal quality.

Walton paints in oil on prepared ground marble gessoed board, highlighted with gold leaf. He then uses sand paper or scratches the surface, giving it a sculpted look. He applies as many as twenty glazes to each piece.

Every painting is bordered in black with a gold gilded hand carved frame, which Walton feels is an important part of the finished work.


Written and submitted October 2004 by Dave Wilkinson, Fine Art Professional


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