The Family of Man

The Family of Man

John Taye
Country
Born 1946, Minnesota; Residing Idaho
Dimensions
12 x 20 x 20 in.
Medium
Wood

A collection of bottles stands at attention, a light-colored drapery beneath them. Some bottles are squat, others deeply colored—a variety of shapes and colors representing the different cultures, genders, races, and ages of humanity. While they differ in appearance, essentially they are all bottles. They stand in the same location, supported by a cloth representing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

"The gospel of Jesus Christ unites all of God’s children, and helps bring unity and harmony to mortal life."