We’re professional artists who make vibrant paintings, wood fish, wood furniture, and jewelry. After 20 years of running a successful gallery in Taylor, Mississippi (where we got our name Taylor Arts), we relocated to Vermont to become artists-in-residence at Green Mountain College. Each piece we make is one-of-a-kind using the best materials we can find and paying attention to every detail. We believe that life is better when you surround yourself with things that are well-built and beautiful. We’d like to help you do just that.


Furniture Maker Marc Deloach

Marc spent his childhood summers in Alligator, Mississippi, where he was inspired by the rustic-but-elegant, tenant-house furniture made from whatever material farmers had at hand. He’s been making and selling furniture since 1990. His signature style stems from letting the reclaimed wood determine what it will become: a bed, bench, dining table, side table, bookshelf, cabinet, desk, or barstool. High profile clients from NFL football players to movie stars have commissioned furniture from him. He built a conference table for the Honors College at the University of Mississippi, an entrance table for the FedEx house at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, a dining room table for a Southern Living Idea House that appeared on the cover of the magazine. He’s been featured on television shows such as HGTV and in numerous publications. He works closely with clients to match his furniture to their taste and decor. To talk to Marc about custom making a piece for you call 662-832-7958 or email info@taylorarts.com. To see more examples of his work check our his Portfolio Page or our Shop Page

Artist Christine Schultz

Following a long career as a professional writer, editor, and photographer, Christine found her passion in paint. She’s now recognized for her vibrant colors, rich textures, and rustic imagery. Magazines have commissioned her photos and illustrations and showcased her paintings on the covers of Southern Living and Vermont travel guides. Art lovers in the U.S. and abroad collect her work. She is the Artist-in-Residence at Green Mountain College, where she runs the Feick Arts Center and paints full-time in her studio. You can see her art at the Mon Vert Cafe in Woodstock, Vermont, at The Barn Cafe in Claremont, New Hampshire, at BEE Galleries in the French Quarter of New Orleans, or online on our Shop Page.