Circles, feathers and feather-like leaves abound in this collection of watercolours. Also known for her strong graphic images as a printer, Angie recently exhibited at City Art Centre, in a group show with a few friends, “A Fine Line”. Previously written about on this blog here.
Read the exhibition catalogue for her new show, here.
And to see Angie at work with her printmaking, pop over to this earlier page in this blog.
New exhibitions opens 24th June at Dulwich gallery to celebrate the work of John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) – who is famous as a portrait painter. Here, his watercolour pictures are shown – and they are also fabulous, with a great sense of light.
There’s an article on this exhibition by the co-creator (and Sargent’s great nephew) Richard Ormond on the gallery’s website – and he features in this 2 minute taster video.