Cultural Debris

CD 07 - Artist Elisabeth Deane & The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts

February 15, 2021

My guest this episode is Elisabeth Deane, a talented artist living and working in London with her husband Jethro Buck, also an artist.

On a trip to India, Elisabeth was exposed to traditional Indian miniature painting, which led her to her life’s work. She pursued studies at the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts in London. She talks about life as an artist and also her time and training at the Prince’s School, which was established by the Prince of Wales to reinvigorate traditional arts and crafts techniques through both conceptual and practical instruction. Elisabeth has taken her training in traditional techniques and applied them in imaginative and contemporary ways.

Elisabeth Deane website | Instagram | Grosvenor Gallery 

Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts

Sanju Soni Instagram | Facebook

Ajay and Vinita Sharma website | Royal Society

Samantha Buckley website | Instagram | Prince's School

Farkhondeh Ahmadzadeh website | Instagram

Vaishali Prazmari website | Instagram | Prince's School

Olivia Fraser website | Grosvenor Gallery | Instagram

Jethro Buck website | Instagram | Crane Kalman Gallery

 

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