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Into the Blue (2016) Painting by Angie Chapman
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- Dimensions Height 36in, Width 24in
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- Categories Paintings under $1,000 Abstract
Since 1997 Angie Chapman has owned and operated her own design company in Peterborough, Ontario called Interiors Just For You.
Articles about her design practice have been published in journals throughout Canada. In 2007/2008 Chapman hosted a design segment on the CHEX Television network. In 2008 she was honored with the first place Examiners Readers Choice Award. Angie was also the recipient of 2 Awards of Excellence for her 'creativity and excellence' in design.
Ms. Chapman has studied mixed media at the Art Gallery of Peterborough with mixed media artist Anne Renouf, as well as, independently studying art history. After years of working primarily with oil pastel media, Angie began studying with Canadian acrylic and encaustic artist, Victoria Wallace. In 2016, Angie was awarded an Exhibition Grant from The Ontario Arts Council for her Exhibition titled 'From Realism to Abstraction'.
Through her independent art practice, Angie employs her extensive professional design knowledge, while developing and exploring new media techniques.
Her works are held in private and commercial collections across Canada.