Angela lives and works in Greenwich. She trained at the Central School of Art and London University and taught for many years before becoming a self employed printmaker.
Her printmaking centres on the natural world and reveals her interest in the mystery and glory of the landscape. She is fascinated by light, mood and atmosphere and the effect of the evening light has a particular resonance. Much of her work is inspired by her frequent visits to the East Anglian coast and her proximity to the Thames. Some images are from her imagination after many years of observing the landscape.
Her preferred printing techniques are etching, using mostly soft ground, aquatint and spit bite, often with two separate coloured plates; and drypoint in conjunction with mono print. The mono print dictates that each print is unique and the prints are marked accordingly.