March 27, 2010
Taurus Evans speaks about his life and his work this weekend. We are pleased to host yet another artist talk.
Born and raised in Southeast Washington D.C., Taurus began drawing at the age of six; by seven he was enrolled in weekend art classes where he studied advanced drawing, and by the age of 15 he was accepted to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts where he began to paint.
Upon graduating from the Duke Ellington school, Evans begins attending the San Francisco Art Institute for a year until he was involved in a motorcycle collision that fractured his left arm and damaged a radial nerve, leaving him unable to paint for a year.
Taurus relays life experience, passion, and inspiration on this closing night to The Bacchannals, join us for intimate dialogue with the artist.