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Angela Harding Exhibition

Saturday 29 July - Wednesday 30 August

We are delighted to welcome Angela Harding and her new collection of work, inspired by her residency here at Snape in March. Angela’s new collection of work will be featured in the Maltings Gallery until Wednesday 30 August.

Join us at the launch event from 12am – 3pm on Saturday 29 July for a glass of bubbly, meet Angela and find out more about how she creates these popular works. No need to book, join us in the Maltings Gallery.

 About Angela Harding

Angela studied Fine Art at Leicester 1979 – 1982 and later obtained an MA in Fine Art from Nottingham Trent University. After leaving college she continued to develop her personal work as well as working in the arts. She was the Director of the Leicester Print Workshop, and has also taught to degree level at a number of higher education colleges. Angela now works solely as a professional artist; her paintings and prints are widely collected and her illustrations featured in many publications, including Country Living.

Walking the dogs is a daily routine that is often the starting point for Angela’s ideas. She works from small sketchbooks, noting down quick drawings of what she sees while out walking, then takes these to the studio and enlarges them onto canvas or develops them into prints. As well as exploring her home county of Rutland, Angela spends a lot of time in North Norfolk. Suffolk, Cornwall and Shropshire are places she visits regularly too, and feature in her work.  She says:  ‘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 around a small orange suitcase that contained my feather collection. This love and fascination with birds has stayed with me. The interest I have is in their form and in the environments they inhabit. My paintings and prints capture a glimpse of the atmosphere they evoke.’