Originally exhibiting in Bristol and environs, Taylor is widely
travelled, working as an artist and educator in the U.K., U.S.
and currently in Byron Bay. Recent studies in N. Thailand have
influenced an exploration of symbolic links between ancient
indigo and the ubiquitous blue jeans of a consumer economy.
Queensland born and educated in England, Taylor’s third solo
exhibition about climate change was in Melbourne, Australia.
Taylor’s artistic practice involves creative manipulation of
traditional materials such as organic pigments and dyes.
Reflections on our connection with natural elements influence
her palette and imagery, physically embedded in oil and linen.
The interdependent yet critically disjointed relationship
between humans and the natural environment is at the heart
of Taylor’s message.