An Indigenous artist who has needed two emergency flights with theRoyal Flying Doctor Service of Australia has given back.A painting by Ceduna-based Kelly Taylor and her daughter T’keyah Ware is being used as a motif on new uniforms for the RFDS. read more
Far West artists Disney stars ❤⭐️🎄 First Nations artists Kelly Taylor (right) and her daughters Kelilah, T'Keyah and Taliyah Ware have each created a Christmas star, for a 'From Our Family to Yours' collaboration between Disney Australia and Bluethumb gallery in Adelaide where the family sells their art. When they were asked Kelly said her daughters were more than keen to come on board. read full story
FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS: A DISNEY X BLUETHUMB COLLABORATIONKnown for their colossal collaborative artworks and their connection to country, Kelly Taylor and her three daughters from Ceduna in South Australia are helping you get in the festive spirit this year with their painted stars. read full story
Great Grandmother's Country T'keyah Ware's painting titled 'Great Grandmothers Country' featured in the Tarnanthi Art Fair through the Arts Ceduna Centre. read more
Mother and daughter art duo partner with Royal Flying Doctor serviceNITV – SBS NEWSA mother and daughter art duo from the South Australian town of Ceduna have partnered with the Royal Flying Doctor Service to unveil their latest artwork, which will feature on the uniforms of the service's Central Operation's crew. read full story
Mother-daughter artists create First Nation art for Flying Doctor The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Central Operations has partnered with two South Australian Aboriginal artists Mother-daughter duo Kelly Taylor and T’keyah Ware unveiled their commissioned work at a special event to launch the Flying Doctor’s NAIDOC Week celebrations. The artwork shows a blue line tracing the plane’s journey past waterholes,remote communities and towns along with showing tracks and trails of the RFDS “past, present and future”.“Footprints represent the RFDS specialist...
The mother-daughter duo producing exquisite First Nations art steeped in history.Antakirinja/Yankunytjatjara/Kokatha artists T’keyah Ware and Kelly Taylor discuss working with family and sharing their heritage with the world. The mother-daughter duo producing exquisite First Nations art steeped in history, Antakirinja/Yankunytjatjara/Kokatha artists T'keyah Ware and Kelly Taylor discuss working with family and sharing their heritage with the world.Three generations have had a hand in the artwork produced by First Nations artists and family T’keyah Ware and Kelly Taylor. Taylor, Ware’s mother, tells Vogue Living that it...