Angeline is an Australian metal and visual artist, living in rural Victoria with her partner and four rescue cats.
Angeline has enjoyed success in the art field, after working in Radiology for many years. Being a mark-maker has certainly been a life-changing alteration in focus, and one that Angeline relishes. Her work has sold to hundreds of clients all over Australia, the US, Europe and the UK. Many of her clients are repeat customers. In 2021, she enjoyed having a long-standing display of her creations in MOCO gallery, Halls Gap, Victoria.
DEVELOPMENT OF STYLE
During the pandemic year of 2021, Angie's work began mutating into its current form of ultra-abstracted shapes.
Having previously reached for bright, iridescent colours, Angeline has morphed into somewhat of a Monochromist, favouring the stark interplay between black and white to express her inner life.
Each work is a unique gesture, created with a spontaneous approach to the surface. For this reason, commission work can be tricky, but not impossible, since Angeline is very approachable, excited to exchange ideas with others.
Other than playing with paint and steel, Angeline is a writer. Her published works are Blood in the dust; The Anaswitch; and WickenRic. She is currently working on a fourth.
On the family front, Angeline has been blessed with four amazing sons and step-son, plus six beautiful grandchildren: three boys; three girls. Artsiness runs in the family, stemming back generations. Musicians, visual artists and writers abound in this tribe, with creativity showing no signs of diminishing in the future.
Primus Alumnus - Swinburne University 1996
Vis Com Prize RMIT University - Runner Up 1998
MOCO Gallery - Continuous, 2021, MOCO Gallery, Halls Gap, Victoria
Mammography, Deakin University
Medical Radiography , RMIT University
Science , Swinburne University
We would like to pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our building stands, their leaders, past, present and emerging.