About the Fierce, Fabulous & Feminine Portrait Series
Phyllis Anne Taylor – also known as ‘Pannet’ – created her Fierce, Fabulous & Feminine portrait series with the inspiration to reflect Black and Brown women in all their female glory, fully embracing themselves, their life experiences, and stories. She believes that the storms and challenges of life are what make women fierce and fabulous, and invites women to embody the power of their divine femininity, always being authentic, never jeopardizing their individuality. Her images reflect her commitment to living this out and inspiring other women to do the same.
The feeling of freedom and wholeness these images invoke are connected to the way they reflect women expressing themselves from their own lens and perspective – not how others (the world) sees them. This type of image making and storytelling is a motivating factor for Phyllis and was the fuel for the creation of the series. Through visual art Phyllis wishes to teach women how creating their own Divine Feminine images can help them heal internal wounds they may harbor around body image, emotional, physical or psychological pain that many women may have been suppressing.
Phyllis created these portraits inspired by the Intentional Creativity® method, which allows her to share her healing journey with others by showing women the coping methods used to help move her through and to the other side of pain. Phyllis shows women how to visually release hurts using image to change their own stories. This act of creation is empowering and changes the creator in remarkable ways.
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Added Insight into This Series from the Artist...
Explore Phyllis’s Art Media and Publications
Article on iMusea Magazine: An Eye on Intentional Creativity with Phyllis Anne Taylor
Article – Art Beat Miami: artbeatmiami.com
Coloring book: Fierce, Fabulous & Feminine on www.amazon.com
Article – For Black Girls: Reclaiming My Black Beauty and Voice at age 60
**If you are interested in purchasing originals, please contact Phyllis directly HERE**
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Shiloh Sophia, Curator
Amber Gould, Exhibit Site Design and Curatorial Direction
Maia Lemann, Virtual Show Production, Promotion and Communications
Jessica Richmond, Artist Liaison
Kelly Bonsall & Marnie Dangerfield, Exhibit Design
Anne Labrie, Musea Gallery Store Manager
Sarah Mardell, Member Communications
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