Angela studied Fine art and Pottery at Manchester College of Art and Design, graduating in 1964. Writing a thesis on Ivon Hitchens and corresponding with him for several years until his death, his work was to have an influence on her earlier paintings.
On graduating, she became a studio potter and taught part time at the Wrexham College.
Since returning to painting and after illustrating a poetry book, Angela’s work has been exhibited throughout the country including RWS Bankside Gallery, London and the Air Gallery Dover Street, London and has also held solo exhibitions and won several prizes for her paintings. Angela also enjoys being a member of the Borderland Visual Arts Group based in Oswestry Shropshire.
Angela’s paintings try to reflect the beauty of nature that surrounds us, pathways leading into the landscape or seascape, the flash of sunlight breaking through the clouds or trees or shining on water, creating a painting using richly layered watercolour washes building up a contemporary rhythmical landscape or seascape. Imagination takes over and the creativity begins, sometimes resulting in quite a different painting from the original observations which are taken from sketchbook studies carefully observed and taken back to the studio.
Awarded by ASPIRE magazine “The Crystal Trophy for Fine Art 2014”
June 5, 2017
Painting, A - D