Jeremy Taylor has been self employed for over 18 years and prides himself on first class workmanship. With 30 years experience in the decorating trade you can be confident whether your job is big or small the same care will be taken to finish the work to the very highest standards.

As well as Painting & decorating Jeremy is qualified in traditional signwriting and has trained in Graining & Marbling. For the last ten years Jeremy has carried out conservation work in the Grampian area for Historic Scotland looking after all painting & decorating works including graining & signwriting at many castles and monuments.

Starting a painting & decorating apprenticeship in 1982 which lasted four years Jeremy was very fortunate to serve his time with Robert Black who was a real old fashioned craftsman and a master at his trade. In 1991 Jeremy worked for a decorating company in Devon for 3 years. The same year he also attended his first Graining & Marbling class at Bill Holgate's studio in Lancashire and was fortunate to learn so much from Bill who was world famous for his Graining & Marbling. Jeremy has also trained with Walter Riley another master of the art of Graining.

In 1994 Jeremy moved back to Scotland and started his business and continues to produce work to excellent standards. Jeremy has built up a wonderful customer base. As well as doing work for Historic Scotland, Jeremy has done work for Architects, Designers and the Scottish Redundant Churches Trust. More recently Jeremy travelled to Sweden to develop his skills further by taking a Trompe L'oeil class at Palm Fine Arts, learning architectural elements such as molding profiles and decorative ornaments, this is a wonderful addition to add to graining & Marbling.

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