Ian Welland returns after three years to interview the brilliant urban artist Angela Wakefield and assesses her latest work, inspiration and direction…. In viewing and assessing urban artist Angela Wakefield, I can only describe her work as having total integrity. It is real, experienced and ensures there is no confusion. In many ways it fixes [...]
Angela Wakefield is an honest and engaging member of the national art community with a positive enthusiasm for painting and life in general. Angela has been painting seriously for the last ten years, but one of her earliest memories is of spending hours with a pencil and paper, recording the world around her. Her dedication [...]
"... as Angela's reputation as the rising star of British Art spreads, the time is coming for her to say goodbye to many more pieces from her collection" Rebecca Drake, Editor of 'Concept for Living' Nestled amidst the beautiful Lancashire countryside in the picturesque village of Ribchester sits the contemporary art gallery Ascot Studios. Opened [...]
Art of England (Front Cover & Feature, June 2010) Art of England (November 2008, October 2007 & April 2007) Galleries Magazine (2008-2009) Aesthetica Magazine (Jan 2008) Lancashire Life (December 2007) Concept for Living (October 2007)
You can view and buy Angela's work from the following galleries around the country: Ascot Studios in Lancashire, Blandford Fine Art in Cumbria, Ryburn Gallery in Yorkshire, Life Gallery in Surrey and Red Gallery in London.
The Shambles in York is a street with a long and interesting past. It features great shops, cafes, restaurants and is fantastic place to stroll on a day in York or visit to take in some shopping, history and culture. The Shambles is also this year's winner of Google's Most Picturesque Street in Britain.