Port Clyde, ME
Bonita Springs, FL
Angela Anderson is a classically trained figurative artist with a BFA in Fine Arts, from UNH. She works on series of paintings inspired by people, places, films, history, in studios in Florida and Port Clyde.
Upcoming: Various Degrees of Dress and Undress, and exhibition with DiTa at Granite Gallery, Tenants Harbor Aug. 4-10.
“A Year of Romance” is being shown Summer 2016 in Port Clyde and Tenants Harbor. Angela was inspired by the local response at her St. George Open Studio in October 2015 to create new works in a similar manner to those previously done in this style. Originally made after a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see the collection from The Hermitage.
Earlier series included Circus based on her time with The Flying Wallendas and a study of World War 1, pilots and historically informed images. Pieces from those earlier series are available to see at http://www.angelaandersonpaintings.com
Paintings are currently on view at The Art Loft in Rockland, where Angela leads Paints nights twice a month, and will be shown at Salt Stage Live (Circus Themed Event) at Lincoln St. Center, Rockland July 21. 6 paintings from Circus and WW1 series are now showing at The Gallery at 100 Market, in Portsmouth, NH, through August 20.
Having had exhibited in NYC and Europe, with a solo exhibition in Munich, Germany. Angela’s work was included in Martin Kippenbergers shows at Museum of Modern Art Paris, Cassel, Germany, Museum Beuyman’s von Beuningen, in Rotterdam Holland, and Metro Pictures Gallery, NY, NY. Her video Love, Boys and Food was shown at the New Museum in New York City, and the Queens Museum, Queens, NY. A resident of NY, NY, she worked for artist Philip Pearlstein as a model, while making her own work and exhibiting there. She now shows in Maine, New Hampshire and Florida, independently.
Member of Center of Maine Contemporary Art, Naples Art Association, The Art Center of Bonita Springs, Arts Council of Southwest Florida.
Angela teaches painting in her private studio, and offers Paint Nights at The Art Loft, in Rockland, and the Seaside Inn Cafe, Port Clyde. FMI: Call, text, email.