Sydney artist Angela Hayson creates work in response to her abiding interest in the distinct topography and natural forms found in the rugged Australian outback. 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. These forms and patterns in the landscape are explored through woodblock prints and etchings. Angela has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the National Art School, Sydney and a Master of Art from the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales. Angela has received many private art commissions and exhibits in Australia and internationally. Her work is represented in private collections in Australia and overseas and is held in public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of NSW and Manly Art Gallery and Museum.