Verna Lin is a talented fine artist and full-time painter and graphic artist for Muralworks. After graduating high school in China, she studied fine art at the University of New Mexico prior to obtaining a graphic design diploma from Fanshawe College in London, ON.  Since then she has worked as a freelance artist, creating logos and painting murals for local restaurants and businesses. She has been drawing and painting since the age of twelve and is incredibly grateful to be working as a full-time artist doing something she is truly passionate about. 

Carly Paterak is a London based artist, designer, and illustrator. Having graduated from Fanshawe College in Fashion Design in 2015, she decided to move to Toronto where she worked as a Design Assistant for several companies, including Spanner and Tonia DeBellis. Through these experiences she became very skilled at graphic design and illustration. Carly is now pursuing her new career as a tattoo artist in Sarnia, Ontario. She has been working for Muralworks since 2019 and her strong design sense and hard-working nature are highly valued at Muralworks!

Amandeep Singh Gill, otherwise known as "Deep", is a Toronto based mural artist, father, and practicing fine artist who has been with Muralworks since 2016. Residing in Punjab, India, until the age of 18, he decided to follow his passion for art and move to Canada to attend the Visual Arts program at Centennial College (much against his parents wishes of taking over the family farm!).  Since graduating, he has worked on countless mural projects with William Lazos, Mural Form, and Cube Works Studio, as well as several portrait commissions. Deep is always in high demand due to his incredible skill set, hard-working nature, and easygoing personality.

Andrea Carroll  is a practicing artist from Stratford, Ontario, and owner of Muralworks.  She graduated from  the Visual Arts Program at the University of Guelph, before attending the Faculty of Education at Queen's University in hopes of becoming a teacher.  As part of her teaching practicum, she joined a team of artists to design and complete a mural at the Kingston General Hospital, which she thoroughly enjoyed - even more so than teaching!  After graduating, she interned with renowned mural artist, William Lazos, in Toronto, ON, and later began working as an art instructor for Artshine Inc., an art company hosted by various schools in Ontario. Through these experiences she became aware of the need for increased exposure to art in the school system as well as noticing that most schools were in desperate need of a makeover!  Her company, Muralworks, began in 2014, transforming schools and work places in Southwestern Ontario, creating school spirit and an inviting, inclusive space for students and staff to enjoy.  Her keen eye for detail and ability to visualize the creative potential in any space allows her and her team to create professional and stunning work.