HIGH ART 2020 SPOTLIGHT: ANGELICA NEWBY

HIGH ART 2020 SPOTLIGHT: ANGELICA NEWBY
November 1, 2020 Noa

HIGH ART 2020 SPOTLIGHT: ANGELICA NEWBY


ANGELICA NEWBY

“Many Paths Revisit”

Angelica Newby is an abstract painter, print-maker and designer, located in Washington state. While Angelica is well-versed in many media, they have developed a deep interest in finding the connections to their ancestry through ethnic/indigenous pattern designs they create. Their niche style in the pattern design world has been described by art curators as bold and engrossing, while gallery/event-goers have a positive mental and therapeutic experience. They are the type of person that always finds a way to push the visual and physical boundaries of their artwork, creating a clothing and decor brand ‘Amaizink Art’ and on a long term project building an artist/art therapy respite space on 20 acres in WA state. Angelica recently received representation of their pattern designs by the SPMP design studio located in Liverpool, England. In 2019 they were awarded an International Artist-In-Residence program in France, and their work is now apart of a permanent collection at Chateau Orquevaux Art museum in France.

Angelica entered “Many Paths Revisit” during High Art 2020.


See all the art submitted to High Art 2020 at: High Art Finalists

Follow High Art on Instagram! @highartcompetition


High Art was created by Dona Frank and The Natural Cannabis Company in 2014 as a crowdsourcing solution to packaging design. From its humble beginnings, High Art has developed into an internationally-known art competition with thousands of entries annually from 100+ countries all over the world.

Each year professional and amateur artists create themed works through a variety of mediums to compete for $50,000 in prize money and to see their work featured on packaging, social media, at the High Art gallery in Santa Rosa, CA and displayed at prestigious art events, in the United States and abroad.

High Art was created by Dona Frank and The Natural Cannabis Company in 2014 as a crowdsourcing solution to packaging design. From its humble beginnings, High Art has developed into an internationally-known art competition with thousands of entries annually from 100+ countries all over the world.

Each year professional and amateur artists create themed works through a variety of mediums to compete for $50,000 in prize money and to see their work featured on packaging, social media, at the High Art gallery in Santa Rosa, CA and displayed at prestigious art events, in the United States and abroad.

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