Searching For The Regina Hotel

Searching For The Regina Hotel

Searching For The Regina Hotel

This Snail’s exuberant design depicts layers of dense shrubbery, reaching back against a slate-blue sky. Fern fronds, brightly coloured stalks and large leaves fill the painting, while the title alludes to a hidden hotel, once occupied by Matisse, buried somewhere under the flora and fauna.

Artist Benjamin Thomas Taylor is known for his bright, pop-art-inspired landscapes. Fuelled by a sense of joy, his detailed paintings and prints open up hyperreal spaces, crossing from reality into a parallel world of limitless possibility.

This Snail’s technicolour tones will transport you to a magical realm filled with enticing promise.

Designed by: Benjamin Thomas Taylor  

Say hello at: Madeira Drive

Sponsored by: Wild in Art

Designed by: Benjamin Thomas Taylor  

Say hello at:

Madeira Drive

Sponsored by:

Wild in Art

This Snail’s exuberant design depicts layers of dense shrubbery, reaching back against a slate-blue sky. Fern fronds, brightly coloured stalks and large leaves fill the painting, while the title alludes to a hidden hotel, once occupied by Matisse, buried somewhere under the flora and fauna.

Artist Benjamin Thomas Taylor is known for his bright, pop-art-inspired landscapes. Fuelled by a sense of joy, his detailed paintings and prints open up hyperreal spaces, crossing from reality into a parallel world of limitless possibility.

This Snail’s technicolour tones will transport you to a magical realm filled with enticing promise.

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Searching for the Regina Hotel

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