Teilor Good, a San Francisco native, has been a practicing artist in the Bay Area for over a decade. Inspired by her love of animals and rendering the female form, she has created her own unique pantheon of “beastly goddesses.” Her style is strongly influenced by Egyptian art and storybook illustration. Playfully transitioning between sculpture and painting, Teilor’s work ranges from simplistic stylizations to realistic depictions of the “whimsically macabre.”
She received her BFA with distinction in ceramics from the California College of the Arts in 2003. In addition to participating in the East Bay Open Studios, Teilor shows her work locally, in both solo and group exhibitions. More of Teilor’s work can be seen at teilorgood.artspan.com.
Here, she offers a visually stunning take on our Lady in the House questions.
1. What has been your ultimate journey?
2. Where do you start? Where do you end?
3. Do you worry about the politics of classification?
4. When do you leave the wall intact, when do you knock it down?