Please visit my other Portfolio here at Redbubble called Surf Culture Cards for a brand new product range of cards, prints and gifts. Photographed by me with hand drawn embellishments and words, designed to suit all occasions.

Nature Nurture Blog
Visit my new nature blog, the natural extension of my encounters and observations with nature, including thoughts, poetry and photography with the intention of sharing an account of things I see on my walks by the sea, inland and in urban areas, for anyone who’s interested, as well as a journal for myself and any interested future generations.

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Level 11, 66 Goulburn St, Sydney NSW, 2000
Phone: +61 (0)2 9394 7600
Fax: +61 (0)2 9394 7601
Toll free number (from fixed lines within Australia): 1800 066 844

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Welcome to my art portfolio, art tips, poetry and print shop!
My name is Karin but I prefer Cass or Cassidy.

To touch a heart, to spin a dream, to share a thought, a love, a special memory, these are the things that make life meaningful.

I create nostalgic designs to give a sense of harmony. May Gibbs, Holly Hobbie and Margaret Keane are strong influences from childhood.


As a child I loved illustrations I found comforting, that took me on imaginary journeys (Arabian Knights and Rudyard Kipling’s Just So stories) and with that in mind, it is my intention to create art that has a similar effect on children. Even as an adult, I am still in awe of natural world. I value beauty of simplicity and admire the innocence of childhood. I hope my work brings light and helps impart greater perspective.


I’ve always been deeply reflective and think this feeds through to my art, my creative process has long been thought about before the creation takes place.

My paintings appear at times simplistic, but come about through lots of processing, combining things I’ve seen and heard, stories and images. I weed out the unecessary and include what I feel are the most important aspects, stylising my work as I go.


As we live in a timepoor world, my intention is to relieve tension and support a restive transcendent moment where peace is found. Temporary breaks in mindful moments, allow for a rest in the mind’s relentless patterns of thought, a gentle restart. I believe in mindfulness, meditation and exercise for whole body mind balance.


Themes that run through my work are many, including friendship, love, tolerance, beauty, nature, meditation, mindfulness, symbolism, Australian landscape (coastal and outback), melancholia, peace, transcendence, happiness, motherhood, lately my fascination with unusual animal friends has taken prominence.


My favourite thing to do (besides painting) is taking beach walks during which, much inspiration and perspective are found. I know no other greater enchantment than the sea.


Nature is my inspiration and the ocean my muse. I am self taught and also an enthusiastic iPhone Macro Photographer which informs my painting and poet


Recently to my great surprise, I learned I am a descendent of two very famous artists, John Constable and John Milton.


My dream would be to live in a lighthouse on a remote mountain, leading a simple life, with my best friend, goats and gulls, a backyard full of wildlife and nature. The ocean would be my front yard. Perfect bliss.

Major Influences

60’s and 70’s Traditional costume Tang and other Dynasties Indigenous peoples Society and culture Human Stories Behavioural Psychology Philosophical Thought Art Deco Art Nouveau History Vintage Poster art Vintage Toys Vintage clothes Antiques Ceramics Round forms The Australian Bush Vast expanses of water Flowing lines Tranquility Mindfulness Meditation Nature Philosophy Spirituality Poetry Music (folk, indie) Tattoo Art Contemporary Art Abstract Art Pop Surrealism Portraiture Realism


Youtube videos of my painting process
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  • Joined: February 2008


New Paintings

Hi everyone, I haven’t posted a journal in quite a while, so I wanted to put together a collage of some of my new paintings to share with you, as you might not have had a chance to view them yet. So, here they are in collage form, and if you scroll down, you can see them individually with direct links! I hope you like the new works! Thank you for looking! :) / Chameleons / Rainbow Octopus …
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My NEW Online Store

Recently I opened a new online store / Surf Culture Cards / It reflects surf lifestyle and culture, incorporating my photographs taken locally with hand drawn elements and spans a wide range of beautiful products. I hope you’ll take a look / My favourite products are / * acrylic blocks / * customisable clocks
Posted 4 months – 9 comments

Guide to Macro iPhone Photography by Karin Taylor

About Me / I’m a visual artist, poet and iPhone photographer from Australia, who likes to dabble in macro iPhone photography. I came across macro iPhone photography by accident! / I’ve always been intrigued by insects and that tiny other world they live in, in fact some of my earliest paintings depict beetles. I don’t know exactly why, but I think it has to do with their jewel…
Posted about 1 year – 18 comments

Instagram Photography

Hello out there to all my friends, followers, collectors and fellow artists! / It’s been a while since I posted, but wanted to share what I’ve been up to lately. From time to time I have a switch of interest, be it music, painting, drawing, poetry or photography. All are equally important and special to me, but I find I must include a variety of creative outlets in my life, so that …
Posted about 1 year – 14 comments
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