First layer of the FEZ mural
Angela was asked to add this character to the wall of FEZ micro-pub in Margate, after the owner had seen her work in La Trappiste, Canterbury.
Layer two FEZ mural Margate
Each skin tone can look unnecessarily bold in the underneath layers. The FEZ micro-pub on Margate is now complete.
Research for Elsie Mo's Canterbury
Upstairs in the 1950's retro diner Elsie Mo's can be found a whole floor, with the walls painted by Angela. This photograph was used as a reference towards a garage themed mural there.
These were painted using Fired Earth sample paints. They have the best range of colours when it comes to 1950's things.
Elsie Mo's Mural - one of many
This hard working lady fits in beautifully with the 50's theme at Elsie Mo's diner. Now fully furnished and open for business.
Inspiration comes in all forms
Swimsuit up close
The finished umbrella pin up
On the move
Angela carries a pocket sketchbook wherever she goes and a camera too. Sketches turn into sculptures and photos help include all of those important details to fit a brief.
It's the small things
This stick may not be very expensive but Angela will tell you it is just right for most sculptural endeavors.
Flower pot in the making
This shows how beautiful the process can be as well as the final product, when Angela crafts a flower presse pot.
A series in clay set to dry
Plinths come in many forms
2015 Whitstable Horsebridge
Angela held her first collaborative exhibition with her daughter Steffany in November 2015. This will be held bi-annually at the same Venue. If you would like an invite to the Private View on 8th November 2017 simply contact Angela and request one.