Angela Conner’s sculptures harness the natural forces of our environment using elements such as water and wind to move and unfold their abstract forms. She has captured this energy in a staggering array of materials including clay, steel and glass. The breadth of her sculpture moves easily from figurative to modern kinetic art.
Unburdened by formal art training, she followed a creative path that led her to work for Barbara Hepworth. Encouraged by work there, she set up her studio in London and has been based there since.
Angela Conner SculptureHer work is represented internationally in many public and private collections, including the Royal family. Her 126 ft Sculpture ‘Wave’ in Ireland won the Kinetic Art International Organisation’s First Prize and is the tallest mobile in Europe.