In my work I am depicting the metaphysical and fantasy environment of relationships between people, animals, technology and nature. By creating otherworldly surroundings through the use of detailed patterns I try to create an atmosphere of eternal impermanence.
Since the early 1980s Angela has been in exhibits in Europe and throughout the US. Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, The International Electrographic Art Museum, Cuenca, Spain, Wadsworth Library, Hartford, Conn and the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Museum, Miami, Florida, University at Buffalo, NY, Sandoz Pharmaceutical, NJ and the Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC.
Also an illustrator, her work has appeared in many publications including the New York Quarterly Book Review, The Science Fiction Eye, Red Owl Magazine, Spirit of Change, and Inequity Press. In 2006 three collaborative paintings that Angela did with her husband the artist Michael Shores were chosen among over 1000 worldwide artists to be represented in
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