Angie Lewin was born in 1963.
She was educated at Northwich, Camberwell and Central St Martins Colleges of Art
studying printmaking, glass, architecture and fine art.
She works from her studios in Norfolk and in the Cairngorms, where she is greatly inspired by the natural environment.
Images are based on plant forms, especially seedheads seen against sea and sky.
Influences also include the contrasting landscape and native plants of the Scottish Highlands.
Angie works with a range of printmaking techniques including lithography, silkscreen, wood-engraving and linocut - all individually hand-made. She is a member of
The Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, The Society of Wood Engravers and The Art Workers Guild.
Angie's newest screenprint, 'Autumn Garden, Norfolk', depicts huge papery artichoke flowers, astrantia and miscanthus growing amongst teasels,
wild poppies and grasses in her Norfolk meadow garden on a late autumn afternoon.
Price range £60 - £355
Autumn Garden, Norfolk
58.5 x 41cm, screenprint