Karen Taylor is the coordinator for the Artworks Gallery in Kokomo, In. She has been with the gallery for 5 years. Born in East Liverpool, Ohio, she has lived all over the United states, including Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Colorado, Oklahoma and New Mexico and now in Kokomo. She and her husband pastured churches in most of these areas for over 30 years. Now semi-retired they are enjoying watching their granddaughters grow up!
Karen is basically a self-taught artist, taking a few evening classes at the University of New Mexico in drawing, and classes by individual art teachers. She has been a member of the West Virginia Watercolor society.
Karen works in several mediums which include, pen and ink, pencil, watercolor, acrylic, and oil as well as painting gourds, wood carving, and jewelry. Her latest works have been painting on natural feathers, such as turkey as well as working with Zentangle© Inspired art.
Having lived in the Rocky mountain area and high desert area of the southwest, she loves to incorporate that theme in much of her work.
Karen is married to William Taylor and they just celebrated their 45st wedding anniversary. They have two daughters and 4 granddaughters and two cats.
You can find Karen's work at
210 N. Main St.