March 2021 Exhibition "Spring Lines" link
April 2013 Exhibition "Overlook" link
Monica Angle (American, 1962-) was born in Omaha, Nebraska. She attended Harvard College, studied advanced printmaking and bookmaking at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and received an MS in geography from Pennsylvania State University. Angle has had solo exhibitions at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, Buffalo, NY, and the Fralin Museum of Art, Charlottesville, VA. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at City Hall in Minneapolis, MN and the Massachusetts State House, Boston, MA.
Using water media and mono print processes, I build layers of color which suggest a space. Each layer captures traces left by the water moving across the surface. Even though a gesture may be repeated, it will not appear the same way twice. This quality of transformative repetition recalls how we frame our memory of place. The forms generate a type of map, recording the channels from which the image is developed. Like mooring lines which provide stability while allowing for motion, Spring Lines come into sight.
For additional information on this artist or for other examples of her works, please visit her website at monicaangle.com