Former co-director of Yellow House has over 15 years’ experience as an artists’ agent.
Former co-director of Yellow House, Jehane Boden Spiers has opened her own artists’ agency.
Jehane (pictured) – who is an artist herself – has over 15 years’ experience as an artists’ agent, having licensed art to clients including Museums & Galleries, The National Trust, The Art File and Tate among others. Her own designs have sold all over the world, with licensees including Penny Black, Medici, Sanderson Fabrics and Gallery Five among others.
Jehane’s roster of clients includes Meghann Rader (with a book deal recently secured), Kate Heiss, Amelia Bowman, Susan Kennewell, and Natalie Pedetti Prack, as well as Jehane’s own designs. Artist Tracey English and leading art brand Snowden Flood have both recently signed up with the company.
On top of this, Jehane exclusively manages the Cressida Bell and Jane Robbins licensed ranges of stationery for Museums & Galleries.
Jehane is supported in her new venture by art agent Emilie Tardivel, who will be developing connections in the French market.