Teresa Murfin graduated from Falmouth College of Art in 2001 and she now lives and works in Wales.
She likes to work with a variety of mediums, using acrylic paint on board and she also sources patterns and textures to integrate into her digital artwork style. Her inspiration comes from European children’s books, vintage papers and fabrics, Scandinavian design and folk art.
She has worked for a variety of clients including BT, Weight Watchers, and a range of publishers. Projects include the beautifully painted Animal Soup, by Ian Whybrow (Scholastic),Thanksgiving Rules (Carolrhoda), and Naughty Toes (OUP), which tells the story of a little girl who would love to be a ballerina but has been blessed with two left feet instead!
Clients include: A&C Black, CHI & Partners, Hodder Children’s Books, Kingfisher, Lerner/ Carolrhoda Books, Macmillan Children’s Books, Orchard Books, Oxford University Press, Penguin Children’s Books, Polka Theatre & Scholastic.