Sketchbook drawings made whilst walking in the Scottish Highlands and Islands or scouring the coastline of north Norfolk are the starting point for Angie’s watercolours. 

Often returning to the same remote corners of the British Isles for her walking and sketching trips, she also collects natural elements: seedpods, grasses, pebbles, dried seaweed and feathers, which she takes back to her studio. These reminders of familiar, but ever changing landscapes are incorporated into her still life compositions. Finding native and often overlooked flora as fascinating as any exotic specimen, she aims to capture the essence of each individual plant.