Their latest work, fromceramic artist Austyn Taylor, comes with new work as tall as 48 feet high – with a message to match.
Levin and Powers discovered Taylor via one of their customers. Taylor works across sculptural ceramics and drawings on paper, and she participates in artist-in-residency and teaching programs all over the world.
“We were captivated by her imaginative personification of animist history, especially her modern and refined pieces that in their restraint exude a graphic quality,” Powers says.
“My focus on this series has been unconditional love, optimism and faith in humanity to self-educate and do the right thing,” adds Taylor. “These pieces become your family once you bring them into your space and act as a beacon of goodwill, good luck and people’s innate goodness shining through. At the same time the works aren’t wimps, each stands to defend your home if Beetlejuice were ever to bring them to life!”