EVENTS

"Alone in the woods at night I've sometimes watched the small saw-whet owls thread through the dark corridor of branches above our creek. Soundlessly catching moths on the wing, they bring the otherwise mute forest alive with their spirited chases and metallic calls. "

Foster/White Gallery present's Angell's upcoming solo show:

WINGS

Nov 2, 2017 — Nov 25, 2017

See more from this upcoming show HERE.

 

Tony will also be participating in the following shows in 2017:

        - Prix de West, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

        - Birds in Art, Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin

        - Western Visions, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming


PAST SHOWS

Since the late 1960s, Angell has been writing on, speaking about and showing work related to nature and his relationship to the natural world. He has affiliated with the Foster/White Gallery in Seattle since l972, and has had regular showings of both sculptures and drawings there.  

Below are a sample of catalogues from past shows for your review.

 

The House of Owls, 2015

Foster/White Gallery, SEATTLE, WA.

"... For twenty five years, Tony and his family lived in close company with Western screech owls during which time he developed a great respect and attachment to them and they became a major focus of his art and writing ..."

View catalogue.

 

 

Spirit Companions, 2013

Foster/White Gallery, SEATTLE, WA.

"... Each subject brings a whispered secret to share of its particular place. The artist becomes the translator and conveyor of the message ..."

View catalogue.

 

Celebrating Form, 2012

Foster/White Gallery. SEATTLE, WA.

"... I've spent over 40 years interpreting my subjects -- most were occasionally residents at my studio and certainly immediately accessible to me in the natural areas near my home... "

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Conversation with Nature in Bronze and Stone, 2012

Foster/White Gallery, SEATTLE, WA.

"Tony Angell employs his art to creatively clarify, record and emotionally respond to the powerful presence of Nature in the Pacific Northwest... "

View catalogue.