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Rider, Elizabeth

Biografie

Hello! I am Elizabeth, an illustrator and print designer based in London, UK. Indi Skoven Prints, meaning ‘Into the Woods’, was launched in 2017 as an exciting new collection of floral and nature-i Hello! I am Elizabeth, an illustrator and print designer based in London, UK.

Indi Skoven Prints, meaning ‘Into the Woods’, was launched in 2017 as an exciting new collection of floral and nature-inspired prints.

I have always enjoyed creating art work across a wide range of different media, but it was during my time working for a furniture and interior design company that I grew really passionate about print design. I now print my illustrations onto fabrics designed for use across a range of home-ware accessories and I also have a growing collection of decorative giclee prints and stationery.

My work takes inspiration from many places; my desire to put paintbrush to paper is often motivated by wandering past bloom-laden city flower stalls, or driving down summery country lanes. I am also influenced by folklore, the aesthetic traditions of which often arise from mystical forest or rural settings. I love to bring the prettiness and wonder of nature indoors, whilst rendering it a little bit quirky along the way.
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Education & Exhibitions

Education
  • 2015 French and German, King's College London

Ginger Tomcats, 2017 (watercolour and collage)
Pink Roses, 2017 (watercolour)
Poppies in Bloom on aqua background, 2018 (watercolour)
Pink Tulips, 2017 (watercolour)
Eucalyptus Leaves, 2018 (watercolour and acrylic)
Spring Blooms, 2017 (watercolour)
Congratulations Bunting, 2018 (watercolour and collage)
Greener Grass, 2018 (watercolour)
Wreath, 2017 (watercolour)
Fern Print, 2016 (watercolour)
Whales, 2017 (watercolour)
Badger, 2018 (watercolour)