Angela is a multidisciplinary artist creating work in response to her abiding interest in the distinct topography and natural forms found in the rugged Australian outback, referencing elements in nature as metaphor for human connection. Inspiration for her work comes from journeys made to remote locations with a particular interest in perceived human characteristics in weathered and eroded rock outcrops and escarpments along waterholes, and seedpod configurations. With a background in woodcut printing, etching, 3-D works and painting, she has more recently extended her print practice introducing drawing, monoprint and other relief printing methods, with her sculpture practice informing her latest multiple-panel print works. Angela has exhibited since 2005 in Australia and overseas. She has a BFA (Honors) from the National Art School, Sydney and a Master of Art from UNSW Art & Design.