Into The Unknown by Jay Taylor



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The week before the ‘Great East Japan Earthquake’, I was working on this piece and wondering “what the heck IS it…??!”

The night before I found out about the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, I felt a horribly disturbing sensation in my head, neck, chest and feet, as if the flesh beneath my skin was ‘burning’…I couldn’t get to sleep for it…

Following Fukushima, whilst I was calling for the release of Free Energy technology (which, by the way, has been withheld from public for decades), a scientifically-minded acquaintance of mine declared that I was wrong to say that our current methods of energy production “make no sense”…

“They DO make sense”, he claimed, “because they work…”

What can one to say to an individual who thinks that “it works” is synonymous with “it makes sense”?

Of course, what I was alluding to is the criteria by which I feel all of our actions must be evaluated: IS IT ENERGETICALLY CORRECT? And if not, why on earth AM I DOING IT?!

So here we are, humanity; walking as a species Into the Unknown. I don’t know where we’re going, but I do know this – if our behaviour continues to be so out of alignment, so utterly irresponsible, so energetically incorrect, the great balancing forces of Life will bring about a reckoning which may well be our downfall…

But those who have ‘eyes to see’ will see…and Life will always, ultimately, prevail…

And there will always be the green and the new…and the unknowable, and the unknown…

Original art by Jay: Taylor, copyright and all rights reserved, until the glorious day where such things are unnecessary.

Oils and acrylics on 16″ × 20″ box canvas. Original £1000 plus shipping

An expressionistic, exploratory artist, I create without restraint or intent. I am a passionate advocate of natural learning, and this organic approach informs all of my work, giving my creations their vibrancy and spontaneity. An abiding love of nature keeps me going when my rather warped sense of humour fails. Above all, I reject the dysfunction and pain our culture perpetuates. More of the same is of no interest to me. I say “YES” to that which is life-serving: let a new paradigm emerge!

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  • doreen connors
    doreen connorsalmost 4 years ago

    fantastically gorgeous piece!

  • Thank you for saying so, Doreen :-) x Jay

    – Jay Taylor

  • robpixaday
    robpixadayalmost 4 years ago

    Oh. My. Gosh.
    this is amazing…beauty, power…depths to explore…wonderful!

  • Robin – thank you! :-) x Jay

    – Jay Taylor

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotalmost 4 years ago

    Great work, Jay!

  • Thank you, Dot! :-) x Jay

    – Jay Taylor

  • Tony Alexander
    Tony Alexanderalmost 4 years ago

    I like your work but this one is extra special for me.

  • That’s good to hear, Tony – thank you :-)

    – Jay Taylor

  • linaji
    linajialmost 4 years ago

    Oh wow you certainly got this one Jay… chills!

  • Thank you, Lina…xx Jay

    – Jay Taylor

  • shanghaiwu
    shanghaiwualmost 4 years ago

    would LOVE you to add your work to


  • Hi shanghaiwu – I have just done so… :-) Jay

    – Jay Taylor

  • nanaellis
    nanaellisover 2 years ago


  • Thank you, nanaellis :o)

    – Jay Taylor

  • Albert
    Albertover 2 years ago

    this is amazing

  • Thank you, Albert – this one took me by surprise, I have to admit: all a bit weird!

    – Jay Taylor

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciabout 2 years ago

    MARCH 5th, 2013
    Please POST this work in MARCH FORUM
    Instructions- 1st page of the FORUM

  • Hi Mary :o) Thank you so much for this :o) However, ever since the last rb site overhaul, I have mysteriously lost the ability to post anything in the forums – I just don’t have a comments box in any of them anymore… so, sadly, I can’t figure out how to add ’Into the Unknown to the March Forum… :o(

    – Jay Taylor

  • debidabble
    debidabbleabout 2 years ago

  • Thanks, debi :0)

    – Jay Taylor

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