Maxwell Taylor (born 1939, Nassau, Bahamas) was first tutored by Don Russell, and later apprenticing at the fabled Chelsea Pottery as a ceramic designer alongside Brent Malone, Eddie Minnis and Kendal Hanna. Taylor believes that the technique should fit the theme and uses many creative combinations to achieve his vision. He is renowned for his ceramics and paintings, but he is a master printmaker and has been practicing this for more than 30 years. Strongly influenced by the Black Power movement, Taylor's work tackles human rights issues, illustrating momentous events for emancipation, equal rights and job equality. Throughout his career, he has explored themes of despair, celebration and atrocity.
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