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Teresa Flavin: Author & Illustrator

Welcome to my website! You have come to the right place to find out more about my picture books, books for younger readers and middle grade and teen fantasy novels for older readers. Have a look at my illustration portfolio, gallery of original art and projects. Get information about my school and library author visits, my art workshops and other special events.

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Art
Art
Portfolio of illustrations, commissioned projects and gallery of original art for exhibition and sale.
Books
Books
Illustrated fiction for younger and older readers.
Workshops
Workshops
Writing, illustration and bookmaking workshops, talks and events for all ages.
About
About
My story and creative journey.
Blog
Blog
The latest news and inspirations.
Contact
Contact
Say hello or ask a question.
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Extras and fun stuff.

From Twitter…

Word of the day: "heartwood" - the dense, durable interior of a tree's trunk, often more richly coloured than the surrounding "sapwood". Metaphorically, the deep-set aspects of a person, their inner core.

Word of the day: "heartwood" - the dense, durable interior of a tree's trunk, often more richly coloured than the surrounding "sapwood". Metaphorically, the deep-set aspects of a person, their inner core.

I just keep on seeing rainbows + thinking about hearts. So: a heart of clouds w/rainbow colours. #sketchbook

I just keep on seeing rainbows + thinking about hearts. So: a heart of clouds w/rainbow colours. #sketchbook

Next Tuesday, the talented @forrester_kate joins me to discuss her hand lettering work and creative career so far. Catch up on all 95 podcast episodes so far! https://t.co/1ScLgcCwJM

Word of the day: "Yggdrasil" - in Norse mythology, the ancient ash tree at the cosmos's centre, the branches & roots of which connect different realms & times. The 'world-tree'. (pron. IG-druh-sill)

Word of the day: "Yggdrasil" - in Norse mythology, the ancient ash tree at the cosmos's centre, the branches & roots of which connect different realms & times. The 'world-tree'. (pron. IG-druh-sill)

One of the @ScaramangaUK clock cases has a new resident coming home from work at the Big Top.

One of the @ScaramangaUK clock cases has a new resident coming home from work at the Big Top.

I tell students that drawing something over and over isn't punishment or torture. It is solidifying their encyclopedia of knowledge of how to draw that object - and will be with them for the rest of their lives.

A moment of appreciation, please, for the breeches on this Latvian duke. #hellolaydeez (1615)

A moment of appreciation, please, for the breeches on this Latvian duke. #hellolaydeez (1615)

Georgia Totto #OKeeffe Born this day in 1887
Best known for her paintings of huge #flowers
Originally studied at the School of the Art Institute of #Chicago

Georgia Totto #OKeeffe Born this day in 1887 
Best known for her paintings of huge #flowers
Originally studied at the School of the Art Institute of #Chicago
Georgia Totto #OKeeffe Born this day in 1887 
Best known for her paintings of huge #flowers
Originally studied at the School of the Art Institute of #Chicago

I know it's past Halloween but this packaging from a flower delivery this AM just said #skull to me. #facesinthings

I know it's past Halloween but this packaging from a flower delivery this AM just said #skull to me. #facesinthings

If you’re having a rough day, please look at this giant dog who adopted a tiny rescue owl https://t.co/8Wvct5nHs6

If you’re having a rough day, please look at this giant dog who adopted a tiny rescue owl https://t.co/8Wvct5nHs6
If you’re having a rough day, please look at this giant dog who adopted a tiny rescue owl https://t.co/8Wvct5nHs6
If you’re having a rough day, please look at this giant dog who adopted a tiny rescue owl https://t.co/8Wvct5nHs6
If you’re having a rough day, please look at this giant dog who adopted a tiny rescue owl https://t.co/8Wvct5nHs6

'The Cave of Hands' in Argentina. These Prehistoric rock paintings of human hands were created around 9,000 to 13,000 years ago

'The Cave of Hands' in Argentina. These Prehistoric rock paintings of human hands were created around 9,000 to 13,000 years ago
'The Cave of Hands' in Argentina. These Prehistoric rock paintings of human hands were created around 9,000 to 13,000 years ago
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