Cameron Taylor-Brown was introduced to textiles by artist Ed Rossbach at UC Berkeley, studied design at the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science (PCT&S) and worked as a fabric stylist in New York. She subsequently taught textile design and worked as an exhibition curator at PCT&S. Since 1985, Taylor-Brown has lived in Los Angeles, where she founded ARTSgarage, a textile resource center. Her work is widely exhibited and is featured in publications including American Craft Magazine, Fiber Art Now, Handwoven and Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot. She teaches workshops at ARTSgarage, schools, guilds, museums and conferences throughout the United States and Canada. She is a past president of California Fibers and on the advisory boards of the Fowler Textile Council and Textile Arts|Los Angeles.
My artwork reflects a passion to shape order out of chaos—to start with bits of threads and fabrics and make something complex and satisfying where nothing existed before. As I create, I embrace and celebrate the ancient heritage and language of cloth and the material culture that textiles inherently express.