Jones graduated form Tufts University and the School
of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston where she received
her BA in Art History, and her BFA in Photography and
in Glass, Mixed Media Sculpture. Most recently, Taliaferro
spent two years doing post graduate work at Sheridan
College's Glass Program in Canada refining her sculpture.
She exhibits internationally. Taliaferro now teaches
"Exhibition Planning" "Glass Marketing
and Publicity," and photography at Sheridan College.
her time at Tufts and Sheridan, Taliaferro traveled
extensively throughout Europe and Central America. Discovering
the many different cultural and spiritual forces on
her journey, she inevitably came to reflect findings
in her work.
sacred geometry and symmetry from a variety of cultural
and spiritual beliefs.....she seeks to trigger unexplored
approaches to the intangible within the viewer."
texture, form and light, Taliaferro explores the essence
of balance from thephysical to the spiritual in her
glass sculptures. Her sensual minimal glass sculptures
incorporate the macro patterns of sand, water, grass
and other natural elements on their surface. In her
sculpture Taliaferro looks at the overall pattern and
hones in on its intrigue in order to draw out the ever
ephemeral elements of balance. Seeking and attaining
balance is a constant journey, with ever shifting layers
and levels which continually drives Taliaferro's work
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