Landscape, viewed through intricately detailed interlocking plant forms, plays a vital role in Angie’s work. Focusing on the structure of stems, seedheads and seedpods, she draws the reeds and teasels, wild and garden flowers of Norfolk, the birch trees, scabious and yellow rattle of the Scottish Highlands. Attracted to the relationship between plants on an intimate level, even fine lines of insect eggs laid on a flower bud are incorporated. Often still lifes incorporate elements collected on walks and sketching trips: seedpods and grasses, flints, shards of pottery and driftwood. In reference to her influences a Wedgwood mug designed by Eric Ravilious or a Rye or Hornsea pot may hold seedheads and feathers.