One to Know: Taelor Fisher

Taelor Fisher Fine Art  | Photography by Kate Iwanski

Taelor Fisher Fine Art | Photography by Kate Iwanski

I am a huge supporter of the fine arts or any realm of ‘art’ really. We would not have a culture without it. So when a new artist catches my eye, I like to spread the news. Lately, Taelor Fisher from Dallas has me searching for wall space in my own home as well as waiting for the perfect client project in which to place her ethereal botanical paintings in.

Her work is inspired by “botanical impermanence, and the way that we repurpose natural elements through tradition.” Here reinterpretations of the botanical world can be described as “charmingly chaotic” which sounds like the perfect kind of chaos me. Her are a few of my favorite pieces…

From the  “Waterlilies”  Series

From the “Waterlilies” Series

From the  “Arrangements”  Series

From the “Arrangements” Series

A recent commissioned installation

A recent commissioned installation

It seems others are taking note of Taelor’s whimsical atheistic as she was recently commissioned to design the print motif of The House of Creed’s new perfume “Floralie.”

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And if an original art piece isn’t in your budget, Taelor has offered a few product collaborations including handbags through Kelly Wynne, and pillows, wrapping paper and wallpaper through Lo Home.

Taelor’s art can be seen at Charlotte’s own Shain Gallery as well as Atlanta’s Gregg Irby Gallery. (and perhaps a BCI project coming soon).

Yours truly,

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