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artist , educator , consultant

Cameron Ann Taylor-Brown, American artist, educator, consultant. Recipient Woman of Larchmont Community Service award Larchmont Chronicle, 1997.


Taylor-Brown, Cameron Ann was born on October 2, 1953 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of James Hutton and Ann Rossner (Hinsdale) Taylor.


Student, Vassar College, 1970—1971. Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1975. Bachelor of Science, Philadelphia College Textiles, 1977.


Fabric stylist Cheney Brothers, New York City, 1977—1979. Instructor design Philadelphia College Textiles, 1979—1983. Research associate, curator Goldie Paley Design Center, Philadelphia, 1980—1983.

Artist, educator Philadelphia and Los Angeles, since 1979. Regional representative fibers Los Angeles, since 1983. Educational consultant Automated Community Connection to Economic Self Sufficiency Community Arts and Education, since 1997.

Member committee Getty Education Institute/Fairfax Family School, Los Angeles, 1997. Lecturer, workshop presenter Bobbinwinders, Creative Weavers Guild, the Shepherdess, South Coast Spinners and Weavers, Southern California Guild Handweavers Convergence.



Member program development committee, fundraiser, community outreach committee, grant writer Friends of Third St. School, Los Angeles, 1989-1999, co-president, 1997-1999—. Member Textile Group Los Angeles (board directors 1984-1990), Designing Weavers (board directors), California Fibers (regional liaison since 1993).


  • Other Interests

    Reading, gardening, travel, skiing.


Married Charles Albert Brown, July 8, 1978. Children: Julia, Peter.

James Hutton Taylor

Ann Rossner (Hinsdale) Taylor

Charles Albert Brown

Julia Taylor-Brown

Peter Taylor-Brown