Art and music became an important part of Angela’s curriculum at an early age at boarding school and maintained during her training as a nurse at Guy’s Hospital.
Angela’s work is mainly figurative sculpture inspired by the beauty and elegance of movement of the human form.
Her sculptures consist of commissions and original works of her own design. All of the processes, from the modelling stage to the final completion are carried out at home in her garden studios, with the exception of casting in bronze. Limited editions are sold to the public and in order to satisfy differing tastes they can be cast in different materials.
The Church Commissioners have accepted her work for a church in London, The Royal Society of Chemistry commisssioned a study of Marie Curie, The Royal Society of Miniaturists exhibit her work in Westminster Gallery.
She has also exhibited in the Mall Gallery, Lloyds of London, The South London Exhibition, Blackheath Gallery, Dover Street, Hampton Court, Wisley and Cornhill Gallery. Sevenoaks Council commissioned a piece for their chambers. An international reputation is growing after successful exhibitions in Paris and America
A great honour was conferred on her when a sculpture of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother was accepted by Her Majesty on the occasion of her 90th birthday.
Commissions undertaken in bronze.