Angela Morris-Winmill (born 1969) is a self taught figurative artist with a diverse portfolio developing in painting, sculpture and fashion art.
Angela's paintings are a guilty pleasure of dripping seduction. Powerful, erotic and sexually free. Female forms show a carefree animalistic attitude. Influenced by pop art, Angela reworks limited palette in her own signature style.
A recent collaboration with photographer Sebastien Pons (showcasing millinery and wearable sculptural pieces) are transferred to canvas in Angela’s latest collection.
Angela's sculptures are a skeletal representation of fashion history using her previous skills as a fashion designer/corset maker. Constricted female torsos from the later half of the 18th century are presented as semi taxidermy 'Hunted Women' in steel and pheasant.
Angela is currently dipping into the world of taxidermy having completed her first piece under the guidance of Taxidermist and Fine Artist - Elle Kaye. Angela’s next collection of sculptures will combine metal, paper and animal (only animals for human consumption used), continuing her theme of ‘Hunted’.
Angela’s collection of sculptures titled ‘Hunted Women‘ are on show at TriSpace Gallery, Bermondsey until August 2014 where Angela is currently an Associated Artist.
Angela’s painting titled ‘Hunted’ is on show in No Format Gallery as part of the silent Auction Charity Event at Second Floor Studio and Arts May 2014.