Wixáritari (Huichol) yarn paintings by the ‘Huichole’ people; indigenous to the states of Nayarit and Jalisco [Zacatecas, Durango]; North Western Mexico.
Kevin Earl Taylor (born 1972) is an artist and musician currently living in San Francisco, California. He was born in Charleston, South Carolina where he helped nurture a progressive art and music community until he left for the West Coast in 2006.Kevin has exhibited in many US cities as well as internationally.
He has been published in Juxtapoz,Art Papers, and Supply and Demand,where he wrote an essay about his friend and fellow artist Shepard Fairey, whom he grew up with in Charleston, SC. Currently, he is affiliated with Rebekah Jacob Gallery (Charleston, SC) and Circle Culture (Berlin, Germany). His work deals largely with humankind’s relationship unto environment and its positioning as animal within a visual landscape. His work has been described as “adventurous and darkly comic.”