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Elisabeth Alba

Member Since November 2013



Elisabeth Alba was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She earned a dual degree BA from the University of Florida in English and visual art studies, and her master's degree in illustration at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Clients include Llewellyn Worldwide, Scholastic, Fantasy Flight Games, Simon & Schuster, Oxford University Press, 3dtotal, Small Beer Press, and Henry Holt Books for Young Readers. Her work has been recognized by 3x3, Illustration West, Infected by Art, Spectrum, and Imagine FX magazine. She is a member of SCBWI and the Western Massachusetts Illustrator's Guild. She lives and works in Western Massachusetts with her husband, artist Scott Murphy.

Name: Elisabeth Alba 
Joined: November 2013
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Elisabeth recently finished illustrating a tarot deck with author Deborah Blake for Llewellyn Worldwide, publication date in January 2017. Books Illustrated: "Diamond" by Suzanne Weyn, Cartwheel Books, Scholastic; "Fancy" by Kristin Earhart, Cartwheel Books, Scholastic; "I Am Martin Luther King Jr.," by Grace Norwich,  Scholastic; "I Am George Lucas," by Grace Norwich, Scholastic; "I Am Cleopatra," by Grace Norwich, Scholastic; "The Monster Realm" and "The Three Worlds" by Nara Duffie, Roam & Ramble Contributed illustrations for "Tales of Woe" by John Reed, MTV Press; "The Shadowhunter's Codex" by Cassandra Clare, Simon & Schuster; "Tarot Interactions" by Deborah Lipp, "Llewellyn's 2017 Magical Almanac" and "Llewellyn's Witch's Calendar," Llewellyn Worldwide. Other clients include Henry Holt Books for Young Readers, 3dtotal Publishing, Fantasy Flight Games, Metropolitan Books, Oxford University Press, Small Beer Press, AAA Traveler magazine, SpotCo, and TOCCA Beauty.

Location: Western Massachusetts

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