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‘I hope my paintings take you on little journeys outside the normal everyday sphere of living, into dreamworlds and other realms where imagination can flow unhindered by the troubles and worries and stress…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, it is my hope that my characters reach out and make a special connection with those viewing.’ Karin Taylor, Australian Artist.

Perhaps the greatest joy of all in life is ‘discovery’. The realisation that one does not know everything, in my particular case, the realisation of how little I know, as I gaze at the stars, the moon, the ocean and all the little things in the natural world, it occurs to me that we are all inventors, explorers, healers and composers. We do not need to be learned or intellectual to perform, to invent, to explore, to heal, to compose…no, simply open to wonder, open to enchantment, open to all there is to learn each day. – Karin Taylor 11/3/14

Commissions: I am not currently taking on any commissioned work.
Permission: Written permission to use my work is always required.
Art usage on Website Banner/Body: $125 per image for 12 month period.
Art for Reproduction and Licensing on Merchandise: Please direct your enquiries to karinlouisetaylor@gmail.com




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All rights reserved © Karin Taylor 1965 – 2013
Contact email karinlouisetaylor@gmail.com
These images are the exclusive property of myself, Karin Taylor and are protected under the Australian and International Copyright laws. These images may not be reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without the written permission of myself, Karin Taylor via email contact karinlouisetaylor@gmail.com
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Cianna Rose writes ‘Dear Karin, I adore your work! I love spending time looking through your gallery, there is always so much to see. The whimsy, color, pattern, subject and emotion you bring to your work has never left me anything but purely delighted. Modern in many ways, there is also a scrumptious retro quality in your creations and the way you do eyes….well, one could fall happily into those puppies for quite some time.’















The beautiful comment above was made by Rita Nieto in Spanish on my FB fan page 30 June 2013






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Journal

Tips for Budding Artists #4 Inspiration

Aloha! / Inspiration can come from anywhere, but once I did an interesting experiment to try and pinpoint from where it originally came for me, and I found that I am still drawing from the same things that I loved in childhood, things that I was familiar with, animals (whales, birds, cats, dogs) hobbies, ballet, storybooks (fairies, genies, princessess), people and nature (trees, ocean, fish, w…
Posted 5 days – 2 comments

Tips for Budding Artists #3 The Creative Journey Begins

Aloha! / So many of us look at a beautiful piece of art and our shoulders slump, thinking we could never create something so magnificent. For a persons’ art to achieve status and desirability, we must really acknowledge that the journey of a lifetime has preceded it and must be acknowledged behind it. / Sometimes seeing a beautiful creation might have the opposite effect or affect us detri…
Posted 9 days – 6 comments

Tips for Budding Artists #2 Creative Endeavours can Enrich your Life

Aloha, / Like most children, I did a bit of finger painting when I was about 4 in kindergarten and lots of drawing at home, mostly with a blue pen on scrap paper. My grandparents and parents helped me find the tools I needed, small scraps of paper were bundled together and taped at the top with sticky tape, to form a pad and I worked my way through, one page at a time, often drawing the same fig…
Posted 10 days – 8 comments

Tips for Budding Artists #1 The Gift of Time

Aloha! / When I wrote my book Beyond the Stick Figure, I really wanted to help people who had a desire to become more creative but felt they couldn’t or wouldn’t know where to begin. I wanted to encourage people that they too, could be artists. With this in mind, I’ve decided to share tips from my book to help others. / So I welcome you to read on! / My Personal Background /…
Posted 11 days – 7 comments