About the Artist
Angie Renfro captures the simple beauty of various subject matter – landscapes, factories, ships, bees and more – that is often overlooked. She finds “beauty in their loneliness”. There is a sense of calm and nostalgia in her paintings, her slightly washed-out style “harkens to memory” while her bold strokes in bright colors create tension within the otherwise muted, austere compositions.
A native Texan, Angie received her BFA in illustration from the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, CA. She spent time working as a product and industrial designer before taking the leap to to become a full-time artist. Angie has been a featured artist in both Southwest Art Magazine and American Art Collector, and her paintings are carried in several galleries across the country. She currently splits her time between city life in Chicago and a small mountain town in Colorado where she and her husband have built a livable treehouse.
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