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Angie Lewin fact file

all about her and her art projects

charlie dixon

on 15 November 2012

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fact file Angie Lewin All About Angie Lewin She was borne on the 18th of January in 1969 in Norfolk, were she grew up. She studied BA (Hons) fine ART printmaking at Central St. Martins College of ART and design between 1983 and 1986, followed by a year's part-time postgraduate print making at Camber-well school of Arts and crafts. Inspired by the cliff tops and salt-marshals of the north north-folk coast and the Scottish Highlands, Lewin depicts these contrasting environments and their native flora in wood engraving, lino-cut, silkscreen, lithograph and collage. These landscapes are often glimpsed through intricately detailed plant forms. what techniques does Angie Lewin use Her inspiration is the world around her; flowers, trees. she looks in the beauty in nature. Angie got her insparation by; she mainly enjoyed drinking and clubbing in her spare time. After working in London as an illustrator, Angie studied horticulture . A move to Norfolk prompted a return to printmaking, and she is now based near Aylsham. Pencil and watercolor drawings are made on her walks and also back in the studio.This made her carry on with perusing still life. Her style is modern, but has a retro element feeding into it. She loves the fabric designs of Lucienne Day and the delicate patterns on vintage Rye and Hornsea pottery, which she often features in her prints.
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