Scott Taylor, the founder of ColorPop Art Lab, grew up in South Carolina but moved to Tulsa in 2007. As a kid, Scott doodled and sketched all the time but as he got older he often heard that “it’s hard to make a living as an artist.” So, not wanting to be unwise, he focused on other things but still kept his passion for the arts. But in 2012, a comment by a friend sparked an idea.
“I really want to have a one-of-a-kind abstract painting in my living room, but like, where do you even order something like that?”
The comment stuck with Scott. He couldn’t shake it. What would it be like, he thought, if there was a single place people could go to get any kind of art they wanted? A company that would work with clients to design custom pieces in any medium? It was with that question in mind that he founded ColorPop Art Lab.
Scott created ColorPop Art Lab with a vision to offer quality art to the community, a one-stop shop for unique and professional commissioned work of any kind. Originally focusing mostly on custom art and murals, the company quickly grew to meet the requests of an eager community. Their services now also include everything from on-site caricatures and live painting at events to logo design, live scribing, and much more. Today, Colorpop works in nearly every medium, with clients of every kind, ready to make ideas come to life. In addition to gratefully serving it’s a long list of amazing clients, ColorPop Art Lab wholeheartedly supports the arts and entertainment community, both locally and beyond. By donating time, talents, and resources to several art initiatives and charities, Scott’s dream of accessible art for everyone continues to become a reality.“Art has the ability to lower your defenses, to make you feel things, to reconnect you to something greater than yourself,” Scott said. “I want everyone to experience that.”
“Art has the magical ability to lower your defenses, to make you feel things, to connect you to something greater than yourself,” Scott said. “I want everyone to experience that.”