My objective, through the use of sculptural forms, is to evoke the spirit of ancient eras and natural realms.
I am infatuated by psychology and eastern philosophy. Through this fascination I have been led to believe that perhaps the most fundamental and challenging part of life is to attain self-awareness and find our true, unique paths to fulfillment.
Working intuitively, I refer to prehistoric tools to create metaphorical devices that might help in the process of finding balance, center, and direction along our individually carved journeys.
Silvia Taylor is a recent graduate of Sheridan’s Crafts and Design program.
Since graduating she has had the opportunity to return to Sheridan to fulfill the role of teachers assistant, and start her part time residency at Blown Away Glass studio in Elora.
Silvia has also had the privilege of doing a Summer residency at Harbourfront in 2010 and has been a grateful recipient of several bursaries and awards that have helped her start her career.
In the past year she has done a full time residency at Blown Away and set up her copper studio at her ever inspiring country home in Belwood.
Currently, Silvia is thrilled to have started a full time artist in residence position in the glass studio at Toronto’s Harbourfront centre.