Peach Tao loves creating whimsical illustrations inspired by her travelings around the world. Born and raised as a happy Beijinger from China, she currently lives the life as a printmaking artist and illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY, after receiving a BFA in illustration and printmaking from Savannah College of Art and Design. Peach is her nickname because her family name(陶Tao)shares the same pronunciation of Peach（桃Tao）in Chinese. When she's not working on woodcut prints, she also enjoys painting fun murals and windows for bars and restaurants, as well as leading mural projects for students in public schools in NYC through non-profit organization ThriveCollective.
Her art work have been published in books, Tshirts and advertisements, have been selected in Fine art and Illustrations exhibitions across the US, including The Queens Museum in NYC, and in the UK, France and Spain. she has finished residencies in Nebraska, US and Venice, Italy. Her prints are in the Collections of Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, Christchurch, New Zealand;
Proyecto’ace Print Collection, Buenos Aires, Argentina;
Richard F.Brush Art Gallery, St.Lawrence University, Canton, New York;
University of Colorado Special Collection, Boulder, Colorado.
Select clients :
Patron Tequila, University of California Press, Momentum agency, Savannah College of Art and Design
Select Exhibitions: Nonstop Metropolis at the Queens Museum, School of Visual Arts, Society of Illustrators-LA, Mini Print International of Cadaqués, National Society of Etchers, Site:Brooklyn, Cykaida Arts Center, the Ink Shop, Bushwick Printlab, 20/20 Gallery, 440 Gallery, Mehu Gallery