ABOUT

SYDNEY-BASED ILLUSTRATOR and Designer

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Kate Grebert is a Sydney-based Illustrator & Designer

Kate is a Sydney-based Illustrator and Designer, she specialises in botanical illustration.

Kate’s portfolio is predominantly flora and fauna illustrations, abstract botanical paintings and modern botanical pattern designs. She also illustrates for Children’s Books. This December 2019, Kate is exhibiting her first solo art exhibition at the Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Kate is a proud member of SCBWI Australia, the ASA StylefileIllustrators Australia and Women Who Draw.

In addition to her illustration work, Kate also works with small businesses on bespoke design work. For instance, she specialises in branding with a hand-crafted style – incorporating her gorgeous hand-drawn botanical elements. She can help you with anything from business card design to promotional fliers.

When Kate isn’t drawing flora or fauna or creating magical characters and worlds for children she is working on her premium botanical inspired stationery range which can be purchased from her Etsy shop.

Background

Kate’s passion for art and design started when she was very little. She went on to study Fine Art at High School and then at University as part of her BA (Hons) History of Art Degree.

After many years working in Advertising Sales and after having her three gorgeous children, she re-trained in Graphic Design in 2014 at CATC Design School, Sydney. It was during this time that she re-discovered how much she loved creating her own illustrations and designs.

Having a background in Advertising Sales and Client Service, Kate understands the importance in building strong relationships with clients and customers. She works professionally, efficiently, works to deadlines and communicates effectively.

Kate’s illustrations are highly detailed and inspired by nature. She particularly loves drawing botanicals, birds and animals. Her favourite mediums are pen and ink as well as graphite pencil; she also works with watercolours and digital rendering.

You can also read about Kate at the China Clay blog.