Angela has always worked within the creative industries and over the past five years has been able to fully focus on her art career.
She graduated in 2014 with a BA (hons) First Class in Fine Art. In the same period she was actively involved with art based projects in local primary schools and within community arts projects. Prior to her degree she worked in the fashion industry and in pottery design.
She now works from her studio at West Street Loft Studios in West Sussex
Which has provide her with a wonderfully creative environment to further develop her work.
In 2016 Angela also became the Artistic Director for the Skyway Gallery, Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea. Angela also now sits on the board of trustees for the Shoreham Community Trust.
Angela’s central thesis is connected to a notion of ‘home’
Angela's work is held in private collections internationally.
Angela’s central thesis is connected to a notion of ‘home’, a theme explored from many different perspectives and one she continually returns to. This ranges from captured images of people returning home from their work environments to the movement of people across continents, namely refugees and asylum seekers – all the representation of people in her work are seeking the solace of home and belonging.
The representation of people moving through defined spaces, also gives focus to the notion, that while we weave in and out of the spaces of our daily life, there is often a lack of consciousness of critical issues that are occurring in the larger world, thus a certain alienation.
This is evident through the digital layering and shadowing of the images, where the ‘real’ is transformed, into a type of hyper-real, namely, a simulacrum, where a work is not presented as a copy of the ‘real’ but becomes, via the transformed image, a truth in it own right.
By Pauline Ford (Art Historian)
BA (hons) First Class in Fine Art Painting 2014
Kellie Miller Arts Gallery, Market st, Brighton, East Sussex.
St Paul’s Centre, Worthing,
‘Metaphysical Objectivity in Comparison to Realism’
(One of the eight selected Saatchi artists chosen for the group show)
Lloyd Gill Gallery
Old Truman Brewery
July 2-8th 2014
Exhibition with Worthing Art studio Artists
Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair
Candid Arts Trust
(Exhibited and Curated)
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
Candida Stevens Fine Art Gallery
15-17th February 2016
Part of a touring group exhibition for Big Heart Auction, with proceeds to Chestnut Tree House
The Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne. 7-9th of June. Part of a touring exhibition for the Big heart Auction.
Kellie Miller Arts Gallery, Brighton. Showcase exhibition July 2017
Gallery 57, Arundel Group show Nov 2017
The Hicks Gallery, Wimbledon. Winter show Dec 2017
Affordable Art fair Battersea March 2018
Affordable Art Fair Hampstead. May 2018
Morton Gallery, Morton in Marsh Sept – Oct 2018
Kellie miller Arts Brighton, New drawings Oct 2018
Shortlisted for Saatchi online ‘Places and Spaces’ Showdown 2012