The American Craftsmen Show

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Meet Self-Taught Leather Artisan Diane Louise Paul

American Craftsmen Show Self-Taught Leather Artisan Diane Louise Paul
Diane Louise Paul is a self-taught leather Artisan. A state-juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, she has met the League's high craft making standards. Her mastery of the craft, heritage techniques, and workmanship has earned her a spot 11 years in a row as one of the top craftsmen doing pre-Civil War heritage "museum quality" work, as judged by Early American Life Magazine's panel of experts.  Diane's interest in making leather crafts evolved from her love of horses and antiques. 

Diane Louise Paul is from North Hampton, New Hampshire and is listed in Early American Life Magazine’s Traditional American Crafts Directory Listing of artists.  She is a member of the Early American Folk Arts & Facebook group.

Portrait Photo of American Craftsmen Show Leather Artisan Diane Louise Paul

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