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Angela Morris-Winmill

Angela Morris-Winmill

Australia • Born in: 1969

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Growing up in the outback of Australia, Angela Morris-Winmill learned about the delicate relationship between humans and our natural environment from an early age. When water and food weren’t always a ready commodity, taking only what was needed and leaving zero waste was a lifetime policy which has continued to influence her work to this day since migrating to the UK.

In Angela's latest series she juxtaposes brightly coloured, screen prints of iconic London buildings against a genuine, antique map background to highlight how a city is timeless but ever-changing at the same time.

These prints are hand pulled by the artist and she has also finished them with gold leaf, filling in the wears and tears that come with a lifetime of use to guide the audience's eye towards how beautiful this aspect of a map is.

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Dripping Gold Chinese Water Buffalo Skull on Black Diamond Dust, Angela Morris-Winmill

Dripping Gold Chinese Water Buffalo Skull on Black Diamond Dust

Angela Morris-Winmill

Painting - 35 x 35 x 1 inch

$1,143

Chinese Water Buffalo Skull Print – Gold and Blue Skull with Blue Horns on White Background, Angela Morris-Winmill

Chinese Water Buffalo Skull Print – Gold and Blue Skull with Blue Horns on White Background

Angela Morris-Winmill

Print - 35 x 35 x 0.4 inch

$1,059

Pink Diamond Dusted with Red Horns Original Actual Skull - Chinese Water Buffalo, Angela Morris-Winmill

Pink Diamond Dusted with Red Horns Original Actual Skull - Chinese Water Buffalo

Angela Morris-Winmill

Sculpture - 76 x 62 x 23 inch

$2,414

All Gold Trinket Skull Original Actual Skull - Chinese Water Buffalo, Angela Morris-Winmill

All Gold Trinket Skull Original Actual Skull - Chinese Water Buffalo

Angela Morris-Winmill

Sculpture - 76 x 54 x 23 inch

$2,414

Hand Embellished Red Landscape Silver Chinese Water Buffalo Skull, Angela Morris-Winmill

Hand Embellished Red Landscape Silver Chinese Water Buffalo Skull

Angela Morris-Winmill

Print - 35 x 35 x 4 inch

$1,204

Silver Trinket Chinese Water Buffalo Skull on Black Diamond Dust, Angela Morris-Winmill

Silver Trinket Chinese Water Buffalo Skull on Black Diamond Dust

Angela Morris-Winmill

Print - 35 x 35 x 1 inch

$1,143

Chinese Water Buffalo Skull Print – Pink Skull with Baby Blue Horns on White Diamond Dust Paper, Angela Morris-Winmill

Chinese Water Buffalo Skull Print – Pink Skull with Baby Blue Horns on White Diamond Dust Paper

Angela Morris-Winmill

Print - 35 x 35 x 0.4 inch

$1,143

Chinese Water Buffalo Skull Print – Resin Black Skull with Gold Horns on Black Diamond Dust Paper, Angela Morris-Winmill

Chinese Water Buffalo Skull Print – Resin Black Skull with Gold Horns on Black Diamond Dust Paper

Angela Morris-Winmill

Print - 35 x 35 x 1 inch

$1,143

Florentine Gold Buffalo Skull with Black Horns on White Diamond Dust Paper, Angela Morris-Winmill

Florentine Gold Buffalo Skull with Black Horns on White Diamond Dust Paper

Angela Morris-Winmill

Print - 20 x 20 x 3 inch

$599

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Who is the artist?

Growing up in the outback of Australia, Angela Morris-Winmill learned about the delicate relationship between humans and our natural environment from an early age. When water and food weren’t always a ready commodity, taking only what was needed and leaving zero waste was a lifetime policy which has continued to influence her work to this day since migrating to the UK.

In Angela's latest series she juxtaposes brightly coloured, screen prints of iconic London buildings against a genuine, antique map background to highlight how a city is timeless but ever-changing at the same time.

These prints are hand pulled by the artist and she has also finished them with gold leaf, filling in the wears and tears that come with a lifetime of use to guide the audience's eye towards how beautiful this aspect of a map is.

When was Angela Morris-Winmill born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1969