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Taylor Bielecki

Non-Academic Studio and Gallery Supervisor

Fine Arts
School of Art

Taylor Bielecki was born in Royersford, PA, during her time in her undergraduate studies at Penn State, where she earned a BA in English and a BFA in Fine Arts, she found a deep interest in painting, printmaking, and flash fiction writing processes. She uses those mediums to create artworks that take the influence of cinema to bring viewers into the scene, often distorted by rain, light, or at street level. She also self publishes her own flash fiction art book series depicting the “before” or “after” scenes of her paintings, to further her study of how to merge cinema and painting together on the canvas. She now has her own studio space in Gowanus, Brooklyn and she attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn to work on her MFA in Drawing and Painting, where she now works as the studio and gallery manager full time.

She Manages the everyday use and care of all Fine Arts Drawing and Painting Classrooms, Senior Studios, and 2 galleries on campus, she also assists faculty and students throughout the semester in reviews, Survey, and the final Thesis Exhibition Process.

MFA, Drawing and Painting, Pratt Institute

BFA, Drawing and Painting, Pennsylvania State University

BA, English Literature, Pennsylvania State University

2023 CanvasRebel Artist Spotlight: Meet Taylor Bielecki, Meet Taylor Bielecki – CanvasRebel Magazine

2022 Hyperallergic, “Art’s Conventional Signifiers Are No Longer Useful”, by Julia Curl, April 27, 2022. 

2020 The ASA Blog Artist Spotlight: Taylor Bielecki”, February, 2020.

2018 “Taylor Bielecki Looks Ahead while Looking Back”, Penn State College of Arts and Architecture 2018 Magazine

           “Overcoming Disability and a Late start…”, Penn Stater Magazine

2017     Article: Stephanie Swindle Thomas, “Taylor Bielecki named Emerging Young Artist, School of Visual Arts senior honored by the Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability     Program”, Penn State News, October 2017,