Angela Muellers specializes in capturing the character and spirit of the individual who poses for her portraits. Her work has been seen at shows across Canada. At the Copper and Fire Arts Event, Angela will be showcasing portraits painted on copper plates.
Angela is not only a talented artist but also a talented teacher; a skill that we highly value at the museum. Her teaching style has been described as "relaxed and personal" as well as "organized and easy to follow". Angela prides herself on taking the extra time to personalize her workshops for the individual and making sure that everyone understands the material. It is important to her that each student gets as much as possible for her workshops.
Angela's preferred art medium is portraits, figures, and landscapes. Some of her work can be seen below as well as on her website. If you are interested in any classes or instruction or wish to commission a piece of art, additional information can be found on her website as well.
Angela's work is well circulated. She was a finalist in the Art Renewal Center (based in New Jersey) and won a Purchase Award. Her work was published in "Strokes of Genius 6" and "Art Journey Portraits and Figures". She performs numerous juried shows in Vancouver, Toronto, Victoria, Squamish, and Whistler.
You can meet Angela and view, purchase and/or watch her demonstrate at Copper & Fire on Saturday, September 15th from 10:00AM – 3:00PM. Click here for more information.
Angela Mueller's Biography
Angela currently lives in Squamish, BC. Her introduction to painting began as a child with her Grandfather. Her formal studies include a 4-year program at the Victoria College of Art, which had a strong focus on modern art.
She began contemporary realism training with Michael Britton (studied at the Arts Student League and New York Academy of Art) who founded the Vancouver Academy of Art and instructor Paul Chizak (studied in Florence, Chicago, and Washington). In 2005, Angela also attended an Academy based on the French Academic system where she studied for 4 years. During this time, in addition to the regular program, she studied privately with instructor and artist Ryan Gauvin.
Additionally, she has attended various workshops with the Portrait Society of America and individual artists such as Dan Thompson, Yuqi Wang, Richard T. Scott, Roberts Liberace, and Michael Klein.
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