Elisabeth Cadle is an artist and permaculture designer .  She received her BFA from the Columbus College of Art and Design in 1997.  She founded Flux Decorative Painting and Tile in 2003, and has created thousands of custom surface finishes of paint, plaster and clay in homes, businesses and as objects of art.  She is juried through the League of NH Craftsman and has shown her work nationally.

In recent years, her work has expanded beyond the interior to include earth as a productive canvas. With growing concerns for our environment and a quest for wholeness, she became certified in Permaculture Design in 2015.  2016 has been the year of the labyrinth for Elisabeth.  She is becoming a certified facilitator through Veriditas, has constructed three walking meditation and food labyrinths at the Center for Transformational practice and has brought labyrinth programing to schools and community centers.  Elisabeth has co-founded several community volunteer efforts to bring education, beauty and free food to the community through “Upper Valley Apple Corp” and “Latham Works Food Forest Trail.”

She lives in White River Junction, Vermont at the Center for Transformational Practice where she is the land manager.