Dying of Thirst, Taylor Childs, Fiber ’24


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    56″ H x 24 W

    Yarn, Acrylic Paint, Thread, Cotton, Polyester,

    Self Portrait, Dandelions representing conflicting ideas, something destructive to lawns or itchy to touch or once harvested it is used for health benefits. Water representing cleansing/ renewal

    Item is located in Southfield MI. Local pickup available. Domestic shipping is available for an additional $50 fee. Local delivery available for an additional $25 fee.

    Artist and Detroit native, Taylor Childs explores the representational visual vocabulary and themes of; family, the after effects of the African Diaspora, the perception of people, consumerism, bling culture and how the Diaspora effects African Americans contemporarily. Translating this into a narrative where these themes are applied to explorations of fabric manipulation through textile tradition in order to create a dialogue representing African American life.


    IG: @TaylorChildsStudios