Landscapes, viewed through interlocking plant forms, play a vital role in Angie’s work. Focusing on the structure of native and cultivated plants. She is attracted to the relationship between them on an intimate level, observing them through the seasons and how they are shaped by environment and climate.
Angie studied at Central School of Art & Design and Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts and work in a range of media: linocut, wood engraving, silkscreen, lithography, collage and watercolour. Her work is held in public and private collections including the Ashmolean, V&A, Pallant House and the London Institute. ‘Angie Lewin, Plants and Places’ was published by Merrell in 2010.