Camilla Taylor, 26, is a Utah native with a home studio in central Phoenix. With a background in printmaking, she has turned to printing on fabric to create patterns for plush anthropomorphic dolls. The petite artist sports granny glasses and a bright blue Mohawk that matches the plugs in her earlobes. The outward and flashy gestures of her physical style clash curiously with her shy, soft-spoken persona. It's clear that Camilla's sharp intelligence drives her work, which has recently consisted of unforgettable four-legged dolls featuring painted clay faces and genitalia affixed to bodies made of bright-colored, stuffed fabric. Her space is filled with piles of cloth, sewing tools, printmaking materials, among a random assortment of furniture and trinkets she's collected from years of dumpster-diving and sifting through... More >>>