Angela Gaughan FWASI

Acrylics, Oils, Mixed
Wildlife, Animals, Flowers, Landscapes

Angela was born and educated in Wales, where she studied portrait painting with Andrew Vicari, a former student of the prestigious Slade School of Art.  Angela subsequently trained alongside Gareth Hawkes.

Over the years Angela has developed her style and techniques and has been fortunate to have worked with numerous artists who have influenced her development.

Angela has exhibited regularly, and has many paintings in private collections all over the world, including Italy, Germany and the United States of America.

Angela works in all mediums and has demonstrated for Max water soluble oils, Daler Rowney and more recently for Derwent Pencils, the Artist and Leisure Painter magazines and Chromacolour.  She has demonstrated pencil techniques at a variety of shows and exhibitions and also on television.

Angela is President and founder member of The Tamworth Society of Artists, a Professional Associate member of the SAA, fellow member of T.W.A.S.I. (The Wildlife Art society International) and is a regular contributor to the Leisure Painter magazine. She is the author of a book "How to Paint Wildlife in Acrylics", holds regular workshops, demonstrations and classes in her own studio, as well as teaching Winsor & Newton watercolour on P&O Cruise Ships, and is most renowned for commissioned portraits and wildlife studies.

Based in Staffordshire, Angela is willing to travel within an 80 mile radius of Tamworth.