Angela trained at the Central School of Art and London University. She studied ceramics, but was also introduced to the seductive qualities of printmaking, which has now become her preferred artistic medium.
Her work centres on the natural world, exploring the mystery of the landscape. She frequently visit the coasts of Norfolk and Suffolk and is drawn to the vast open spaces and skies, so typical of this area. She enjoys depicting the ever changing effects of light and colour at different times of the day, and as the seasons roll through the year.
Angela’s favoured printing process is etching, using soft ground, aquatint and spit-bite. She also employs drypoint and carborundum, often using two plates, to produce deep rich blacks. Here the editions are smaller, often only 5–10. More recently, she has been experimenting with colour, using two plates with dry point and monoprint, and she likes to make each image distinct and individual.
Angela has exhibited her work in many galleries including Royal West of England Academy, The National Theatre, and The Dulwich Picture Gallery, Her work is on permanent display in Greenwich Printmakers Gallery and Southbank Printmakers Gallery.
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