VOGUE LIVING

The mother-daughter duo producing exquisite First Nations art steeped in history. Antakirinja/Yankunytjatjara/Kokatha artists T’keyah Ware and Kelly Taylor discuss working with family and sharing their heritage with the world.  The mother-daughter duo producing exquisite First Nations art steeped in history, Antikirinya/Yankunytjatjara/Kokatha artists T'keyah Ware and Kelly Taylor discuss working with family and sharing their heritage with the world. Three generations have had a hand in the artwork produced by First Nations artists and family T’keyah Ware and Kelly Taylor. Taylor, Ware’s mother, tells Vogue Living that it was her late grandmother Millie Taylor (née Lennon), who she notes “always will be my greatest influence”, who first convinced her to paint.  “My nana Millie was my teacher, she always encouraged me to paint and passed many ancient stories down along the way, following her example I passed down what I learnt to my three daughters,” Taylor, who has been painting on and off for 29 years, recalls of her grandmother. read full story
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