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Angela Harding:

Shooting Stars: No 2 of 35 copies.
32cm x 22cm. Mounted, unframed. This is the final one available.

£130.00 (including VAT) - SOLD

Moon Walk: No 6 of 20 copies.
32cm x 20cm. Mounted, unframed. This is the final one available.

£130.00 (including VAT) - SOLD

"I studied Fine Art at Leicester 1979 – 1982 and later obtained an MA in Fine Art from Nottingham Trent University. After leaving college I continued to develop my personal work as well as working in the arts. I was the Director of the regional printmaking centre, Leicester Print Workshop and previous to this worked for Elstone Hayes Associates, an art consultancy working in the cruise industry. I have also taught to degree level at a number of Higher Education Colleges. I now work as a professional artist solely at my art practice.

I live in Wing with my partner Mark, my teenage children Holly and George, an aging whippet Tiffany and Syd the Lurcher. Walking the dogs is a daily routine that is often the starting point for ideas. I work from small sketchbooks, noting down quick drawings of what I see while out walking. I then take these to the studio and enlarge them on canvas or develop them into prints. As well as our home county of Rutland, Mark and I also spend a lot of time in North Norfolk, where Mark keeps his beloved boat. We also take advantage of the locations of the galleries I exhibit in – Cornwall, Suffolk and Shropshire are place we regularly visit and are often reflected in my work.

The main theme of my work is British birds combined with the British countryside. I have always loved birds; even at primary school I carried round a small orange suitcase that contained my feather collection. This love and fascination with birds has stayed with me, I do not consider my self a twitcher, the interest I have is in their form and the environments they inhabit. My paintings and prints capture a glimpse of the atmosphere they evoke."