Kerrie Taylor | Sculptor profile
I’m sorry for not holding you in my arms

Kerrie Taylor

  • Works online: 1 Total prizes: No prizes won.
  • Preferred media: textile,
  • Sculpture styles: installations,
  • Sculpture scales: medium (100 - 200cm),
  • Sculpture settings: indoor, outdoor,
  • Works to Comission: No
  • Runs Classes: No
Kerrie Taylor short bio

Kerrie’s soul is nourished by the serenity of nature and touched by the quiet solitude. 

She is intrigued by the distinctive natural environment of mangroves. 

Living and working with First Nations people on an Aboriginal community provided spiritual and thought – provoking cross cultural learnings and the impetus for her artistic inspiration. Kerrie’s work symbolises her deep respect for Aboriginal wisdom.

Using repurposed materials of recycled yarns and rope, the textile sculptures integrate crochet and wrapping techniques with contemporary assemblage methods. Kerrie’s mangrove elements create landscapes to give new meaning.

Kerrie invites you to tread lightly, observe and listen deeply, to this beautiful, sacred land to celebrate opportunities for a way forward. 

Kerrie is a visual artist based in Naarm / Melbourne and  Garramilla / Darwin and, whose practice incorporates textile sculptural installations, printmaking and digital work. Kerrie has won Awards and been selected as a finalist in a number of National Art Prizes. She has exhibited in a solo and group exhibitions locally, interstate and overseas.

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No prizes won.