Angela Lillico is an experimental visual artist. She works in acrylic, alcohol ink, collage, and mixed media, sometimes in vibrant saturated hues, other times in ethereal, calming tones. Each medium is used in a different style and the medium is chosen depending on the idea or subject matter. Nature, especially water, rock, clouds and flowers, bring inspiration leading to each impressionistic/expressionistic, semi-abstract or abstract piece of work.
Numerous classes and workshops attended locally and in the USA over the past 21 years increased knowledge of a medium and understanding of self. As a volunteer she has painted murals on the interior walls of a clinic in Roatan, Honduras, and taught young students in Cuba the basics of drawing and painting.
She has exhibited in a number of shows in Manitoba, winning various awards. She also shows and sells her art at the Kenora Farmers Market in the summer months. This year her art will be exhibited at the cre8ery (May), Wayne Arthur Gallery (May), Mennonite Heritage Center Gallery (June-Sept) and Fleet Gallery (Nov).
Collectors come from British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and the USA.
She is a juried member of the Manitoba Society of Artists and the Assiniboia Group of Artists Cooperative Inc.