Botanical impermanence and the way that we repurpose natural elements through tradition are points of inspirations for Dallas based artist, Taelor Fisher. The lack of an abundance of the overgrown world in her surroundings encourages her to create lush, colorful, and charming chaotic paintings. Through her botanical inspired marks, energetic compositions and use of foraged natural elements to create her media, Fisher’s work is ultimately a nod towards the emotional effects of nature on the human brain.
Taelor’s current focus of work explores how we curate natural moments inside of our homes. These abstracted still life compositions pull architectural lines and inspiration from trends in interior décor to create the idea of space. She then fills each space with organic shapes and patterns in an effort to explore the concepts of nature in décor, arrangement and how we place fresh and faux botanicals in our own personal spaces.
Her work has been collected publicly and privately across the country and featured in multiple print and online publications. In 2018, she was commissioned by Neiman Marcus and The House of Creed to create a painting inspired by their new women’s fragrance, Floralie. This campaign focused on the idea of the strong historical relationship between Flowers and Art. The product and painting can be seen in every Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Creed Boutiques across the United States and France. “I find great inspiration in the natural world and consider flowers especially stirring.”