Top Professional – Gay Taylor

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Sealy, TX/Press/June 11, 2019 – Gay Taylor, Internationally Recognized Artist and Professional Speaker was recognized as a Top Professional of North America 2019 – 2020 by The Who’s Who Directories.

The accomplishments attained by Ms. Gay Taylor in the field of Artistry and Professional Speaking Services, warrants inclusion into the Top Professionals of North America.

Ms. Taylor is an artist, and an intervention specialist for victims of violent crimes, working with law enforcement. She is a speaker for victims of violent crime, sexual abuse and addictions. In 1995, Ms. Taylor had a One Woman Museum Exhibition at the Zigler Museum of Art in Jennings, Louisiana, and several One Woman Exhibitions at Collin County Community College in Plano, Texas (1993); West Texas State University, Canyon, Texas( 1990); Texas Lutheran College, Seguin, Texas (1989) and Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas (1984). She has also had International, National and Regional Exhibitions at Jos Kligermann Museum, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (1993); “Color Statements”, National Woman’s Caucus, Texas Woman’s University (1990); Durango Art Center, Colorado (1989); Texas Ten, Bloomingdales, Dallas, Texas (1986); Austin to Lubbock Exchange Exhibit, Lubbock Art Museum, Texas (1985); and Austin Annual Arts Warehouse, Austin, Texas (1985). Ms. Taylor also exhibited at Dia de los Muertos, Arts Warehouse, Austin Texas (1985); Helios Fine Art, International Fine Arts Exhibition, Visual Arts Galleria, El Paso, Texas (1984); Texas in Two Dimensions, Exhibition of New Art in Texas, Llano Escatado Museum, Plainview, Texas, (1984), and the Texas Fine Arts National Exhibition, Laguna Gloria Fine Arts Museum, Austin, Texas (1982), Juried by Howard Fox, Curator for the Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture of Garden of the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C. All previously listed shows have been juried. Ms. Taylor thanks God for giving her the gift of art in her life

Ms. Gay is an Intervention Specialist, Victims of Violent Crime. She is recognized in Top 150 Women Artist of Texas, Juried; Honorary Deputized by Constable Nolan Wade of Austin, Texas to work task force on Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole serial murder case; “Merit Award Winner”, 150 Works by Texas Women Artists, 1986; Art in Industry Merit Award Winner, City of Austin, Texas, 1983.

Ms. Gay was Born in Miami, Florida with two sons.

The Who’s Who Directories, a New York based biographical publication company, distinguishes and profiles leading professionals who demonstrate recognizable success and leadership in their field. The directory is valued for promoting awareness of individual accomplishments and achievement within the North American community.

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