in remembrance...

A Memorial Service for the unique artist, educator and community activist Betty Blayton Taylor (1937-2016) will be held Saturday November 19, 2016. 11AM-1PM at SGI-New York Culture Center 7 East 15th Street New York City, NY 10003.

As an artist, Betty Blayton worked as an illustrator, painter, printmaker, and sculptor. She was best known for her works often described as 'spiritual abstractions'. Betty Blayton-Taylor is co-founder and Board Secretary of the Studio Museum in Harlem, co-founder and Executive Director of Harlem Children's Art Carnival (CAC), and co-founder of Harlem Textile Works. She has been an advisor, consultant and board member to a variety of arts and community-based service organizations and programs. Her artworks are displayed in a variety of private art collections and museums. More



  • Add Videos
  • View All


© 2010-2016   Created by BLACK ART IN AMERICA™ / Copyright 2010-2016 BLACK ART IN AMERICA. LLC   All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service