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Angela Hunter BA (Hons)

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Sculptor Angela Hunter BA (Hons)
Angela Hunter

About Angela Hunter

Angela Hunter specialises very successfully in animal and figurative work somehow capturing the inner spirit with a spontaneity to be envied and admired. Living in her native Scotland her following nevertheless seem to span the world. Her work shows immense maturity and intuition and it is surprising to discover that she only graduated in 1999. An artist to watch.

Exhibition History of Angela Hunter

Angela Hunter`s Exhibitions
Flying Colours Gallery, Edinburgh

SAAC Exhibitions, RSA Gallery, Edinburgh

Summer Exhibition, Kirkhouse, Traquair.
British Art Medal Society Student Art Medal Project, Simmons Gallery, London.
Kunst in de hand, FIDEM Exhibition, The Hague, Holland.
Peebles Arts Festival

Sense Scotland, Helen Keller Award, Glasgow School of Art.

British Art Medal Society Student Art Medal Project, Simmons Gallery, London.
Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show
Kirkbride House Summer Exhibition Traquair
"Where Sheep May Safely Graze" Bellevue Gallery, Bellevue Crescent Edinburgh,
"New Generation Show", Compass Gallery, 178 West Regent Street, Glasgow
Royal Glasgow Institute 138th. Annual Exhibition, Glasgow

1999- 2000:
Gerber Fine Art Winter Collection

Compass Gallery 178 West Regent Street, Glasgow
"Art 2000" Business Design Centre, Islington, London.
"New Faces", Leith Gallery Leith, Edinburgh
"Reality and Imagination" with EH45 Art Group in The Picture Gallery, Tweeddale Museum, Peebles
"Sheep May Safely Graze" Castlegate House Gallery, Cockermouth, Cumbria.
"Lazy Hazy Days" Flat Cat Gallery, Lauder
"Sculpture in the Sun" Teviot Water Gardens near Kelso with Flat Cat Gallery.
Collins Gallery, Glasgow, "Helen Cargill Thomson Exhibition"
Collins Gallery "Christmas Show"
Visual Arts Scotland "Annual Exhibition" RSA Galleries, Edinburgh
Stenton Gallery "Christmas Exhibition"

"Sculpture in the Sun" at Lady WaterfordNorthumberland in association with Flat Cat Gallery.
Stenton Gallery, `Focus on East Lothian` exhibition.
Leith Gallery "2001 a Spatial Odyssey" Edinburgh Festival Exhibition
"Affordable Art Fair", Battersea Park, London. October 18th. - 21st. with Leith Gallery
"FORGED!" at Tweeddale Museum and Gallery, Chambers Institute, Peebles
Royal Glasgow Institute Annual Exhibition.
Compass Gallery "Christmas Exhibition" 178 West Regent Street Glasgow.
Gold Gallery "Christmas Exhibition", 77 Dundas Street Edinburgh.
Merz Gallery "Christmas Exhibition" 87 Broughton Street Edinburgh.

Glasgow Art Fair with Compass Gallery.
Leith Gallery June exhibition
Royal Glasgow Institute, Annual Exhibition.
Compass Gallery 178 West Regent Street Glasgow.
Corrymella Scott and Hillary Hampton Fine Art, Newcastle
Visual Arts Scotland

"Scottish Show 2003", Thompson`s of Marylebone.
"Art 2003" Business Design Centre, Islington, London.
Glasgow Art Fair 2003 with Compass Gallery and Cyril Gerber Fine Art
Royal Scottish Academy
"Opening Exhibition", Henshelwood Gallery, Newcastle.
Royal Glasgow Institute Annual Exhibition.
Compass Gallery Christmas Exhibition.

"Scottish Show 2004", Thompson`s of Marylebone
"Art 2004" Business Design Centre Islington
Glasgow Art Fair
ArTay, Perth Arts Fair Perth, Scotland
Compass Gallery Christmas Exhibition.

"Scottish Show 2005", Thompson`s of Marylebone
"Sculpture Show" 2005 Thompson`s of Marylebone
"Summer Show" Thompson`s Gallery Aldeburgh
Artparks Guernsey, Summer 2005
Roger Bilcliffe Fine Art, Glasgow
Compass Gallery Glasgow
RSA Open exhibition Edinburgh
Scotlandart Edinburgh

Compass Gallery and Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow
Visual Arts Scotland RSA Galleries Edinburgh -- Awarded PF Charitable Trust Award and Charles Henshaw and Sons Award
Paisley Art Institute
Thompson`s Gallery Marylebone
Thompson`s Gallery Aldeburgh
Queens Gallery Dundee
Roger Bilcliffe Fine Art Glasgow
Royal Glasgow Institute Annual Exhibition " The Heart of Art"

Visual Arts Scotland Annual Exhibition
Paisley Art Institute
Gerber Fine Art Glasgow
Thompsons Gallery Aldeburgh.

Biography / CV of Angela Hunter

Angela Hunter was born in Galashiels in 1951, married with 2 daughters, lives in Innerliethen, graduated for Edinburgh College of Art in 1999 with BA (Hons) in sculpture. Has worked as a suclptor in her studio in Peebles continuously since graduating. She is a member of the Borders Sculptors group. Her subjects are mainly animal and figurative.

Artist Statement of Angela Hunter

Her preferred medium is bronze, making small works in wax and larger pieces in plaster or clay for casting in either bronze or bronze resin. She is essentially a figurative artist, sculpting both human figure and animal studies.

Awards and Prizes of Angela Hunter

Angela Hunter`s Awards
1997: British Art Medal Society Student Art Medal Project, Simmons Gallery, London.

1998: Sense Scotland - `Helen Keller Award`

2006: Visual Arts Scotland - Awarded `PF Charitable Trust Award` and `Charles Henshaw and Sons` Award

2007: Paisley Art Institute - `Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Eaton Award`.

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Angela Hunter

Angela Hunter`s Collections:-

Prof.&Mrs. S. Joffe, Dunderave

Lord&Lady Heseltine

Worshipful Company of Ironmongers

Noel Gallagher

Robert Lindsay

Melrose Rugby Football Club

Strathclyde University Cargill-Thomson Collection

And several private collections worldwide

Price Range of Work

Angela Hunter's work has a price range from £670 to £2,500

Mediums utilised

Angela Hunter's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Angela Hunter's work is found in the following categories on site:
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (3)
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures (2)
Endangered Animal Species Sculptures (2)
Children Playing Sculptures or Statues or statuettes
Arctic and Antarctic Birds and Animals sculpture or statuettes or Statues
African Animal and Wildlife Sculptures
Poolside Sculptures
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures
Wild Bird Sculptures
Primate / Apes Sculptures
Children Child Babies Infants Toddlers Kids Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines
Water Features, Fountains and Cascades
Adult with Young Animal Bird, Reptile or Amphibian, Fish Statues
Water Birds / Water Fowl / Seabirds / Waders

ArtParkS Sculpture Park Yearly exhibitions

Angela Hunter's work has been exhibited at the following yearly exhibitions held at the ArtParkS sculpture park:
2006 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2005 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
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"The problem of contemporary sculpture and the garden is one which has rankled in my mind for years. It is usually resolved through a process of inversion-that is turning it into sculpture in the garden as against garden sculpture. By that I mean the sculptor takes over the garden as an open exhibition gallery, of which the focus is their creation, to which the world of nature merely provides the frame.The Idea that sculpture is a contributory element to an overall'mise en scene',in which, sometimes its role may be incedental rather than central, has been lost.In this we have seen the betrayall of the great tradition of garden sculpture, one which was unashamed at being decorative or delightful."
Sir Roy Strong
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