Angie comes from a drafting background, starting botanical illustration in 1989 with the Sutton College of Liberal Arts in Surrey. Having moved to Wiltshire in 1994 she started teaching botanical illustration and her students became the Bath Society of Botanical Artists. Angie has loved studying plants in detail and helping others to see the wonders of the natural world. Of all the work Angie has done she leans towards drawing and painting wild flowers. She loves Albrect Durers painting of 1503 “Das grosse Rasenstuck” Many years ago she went on a course at the Kingcombe Centre and enjoyed painting the flowers of “Lords mead meadows.” More recently she was able to go to The Transylvanian School of Botanical Art & Illustration in Romania and to Durlston Country Park here in the UK to paint.
Some Tussie-Mussies from the garden of the American Museum in Bath:
Angie will be giving an introductory course on botanic painting, starting in November, 2023.
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