camillataylor

10

Because it’s Fall, my favorite time of year and the time to be laying thousands of eggs, kicking out the drones, digging holes to live in for 7-17 years, building tiny houses out of rocks, or dying because you only live a couple months.

I have a sale in my etsy store right now, 20% off all orders $20 and over.  Use coupon code SEPT20 on insect wing earrings (no insects were harmed in the making of these), necklaces, artwork, etc.

Face First; Portraits, 2014 at Namaste Gallery

C Feign Jr. would like to thank everyone that was able to attend our inaugural show at Namaste Gallery in Highland Park!

The exhibition featured the work of Fausto Fernandez, Mike Reynolds, Katherine Rohrbacher, Justin Schaefer, and Camilla Taylor.


A follow up artist talk will be held on February 23, 2014. A few teaser images below: 

7

Postcards sent to Russia, Los Angeles, Utah, and elsewhere.

Media include: monoprint, collagraph, screenprint, letterpress,chine colle, lithography and linocut.

Postcards made by Camilla Taylor.

If you’d like one, you can simply purchase a postcard here.

If you’ve ever purchased artwork from me, you can send me a picture of it and the room it’s displayed in, like these lovely people have. And I will send you a postcard as a thank you.

7

Postcards sent to Washington, Tasmania AUS, Los Angeles, and elsewhere.

Media include: monoprint, colored pencil, relief etching, collagraph, stencil, lithography, acrylic, and linocut.

Postcards made by Camilla Taylor.

If you’d like one, you can simply purchase a postcard here.

If you’ve ever purchased artwork from me, you can send me a picture of it and the room it’s displayed in, like these lovely people have. And I will send you a postcard as a thank you.

Or, let me know if you want to trade.

2

Camilla Taylor
It Was After We Left

Cartonnage, walnut, welded steel
52 x 13 12 inches (individually)

I’m really proud of the plinths I constructed for this sculpture.  I welded and finished the steel myself, and it’s the first time I’ve displayed any metalwork I’ve done as something other than interior support structure.  It’s pretty simple, but so labor intensive.  Now I understand why it’s crazy expensive to hire someone else to do it.