Taylor Marrin (b. 1996 Ajax, Ontario) is a printmaker in her fourth year at Queen’s University. Marrin has shown in galleries such as the Union Gallery, and Modern Fuel, in Kingston Ontario, where she both works and resides. Her work has also been published in Grounders an upcoming artist magazine, and Queen’s annual publication Collective Reflections. Marrin prodominantly works in lithography, though many of her pieces include silk screen details. Her work revolves around the relationship between the public and private faces of mental illness, specifically depression and anxiety. Marrin uses portraiture, colour, and flora in her work to allude to this theme. All of Marrin’s subject matter is informed by her immediate surroundings and personal experience.