Angela Spencer



'I am an artist who is in love with the various landscapes of this precious Earth that gives us a home with complete generosity. I have a personal pledge to help to protect the environment and her species so I donate 10% of all paintings sales to environmental charities of my choice


I have donated to:

  • Greenpeace Save the Whales,

  • The Orangutan Foundation,

  • The Woodland Trust,

  • WWF Save the Arctic,

  • Chris Packham's Wild Justice

  • Butterfly Conservation

  • Trees for Life

  • Back from the Brink

  • Cool Earth

  • Hedgehog Preservation Trust

  • Stiggywinkles

Angela Spencer was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire in 1959 and has lived in the South West of England since 1984. She has a studio in Stroud. She graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from the University of Gloucestershire in 2004.   

Angela is also a classical violinist and currently leads the Stroud Symphony Orchestra, and also plays in the Capriol Chamber Orchestra and with chamber groups. 

Showing currently at

  • Trixter Studios - please contact me to make an appointment

Forthcoming Exhibitions  follow the link:



Selected Exhibitions:

  • Solo Show at The Tithe Barn, Syde Manor August Bank Holiday 2019

  • Solo Show 'Still Point' at The Gardens Gallery Cheltenham, April 17 -21,  2019

  • Hadfield Fine Art Autumn Exhibition November 3-18, 2018

  • 'Making a Mark', Little Buckland Gallery, 15-25 November 2018

  • Stroud Festival Exhibition at WWTSlimbridge - 21st September - 4th December 2018

  • Broadway Arts Festival exhibition at Little Buckland Gallery June 8 -17

  • Hadfield Fine Art, 10th Anniversary Exhibition, (Group Show), 04 November to 19 November, 2017,South Paddock,Sevenhampton, Cheltenham GL54 5SW

  • Winter Exhibition 'Found' at The Old Passage, Arlingham, GL2 7JR, (Group show), November 29th 2017 - April 2018

  • Trixter Studios Open Weekend, 14th & 15th October, 2017,1st Floor, Trixter House,Eagle Mill, London Rd,Stroud, GL5 2AY

  • Passacaglia - solo show, the de Ferrieres Gallery,The Wilson, Cheltenham’s art gallery and museum,Clarence Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3JT, June 24 - Aug 6 2017

  • Passacaglia - Solo Show, Lansdown Gallery, Stroud, Gl5 1BB, November 2016

  • Bristol Affordable Art Fair, September 9 - 11, 2016

  • Autumn Exhibition, Hadfield Fine Art, Sevenhampton, Glos, November 5 - 20, 2016

  • 'Under a Wing' Solo Show The Gardens Gallery, Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham, March 23 - 29, 2016

  • Winter Exhibition, Hadfield Fine Art, Sevenhampton, Glos, February 13 - 28, 2016

  • Autum Exhibition, Hadfield Fine Art, Sevenhampton, Glos, November 7 - 22, 2015

  • 2 Quartets and Other Stories, Wotton Gallery, Wotton Under Edge, Sept 18 - Oct 3, 2015

  • Carducci Aldeburgh Complete Shostakovich Quartets, September 26-27 2015

  • Cheltenham Music Festival, Syde Manor Carducci Quartet Shostakovich Cycle, June 2015

  • Carducci Festival, Highnam, 2015

  • 'Edge of Seeing' with Philippa Gordon, Lansdown Hall & Gallery, Stroud, November 2014

  • 'Within Reach' with Philippa Gordon, Gardens Gallery, Cheltenham, April 2014  

  • 'A Little Stretch of Hedgerow', Star Anise Arts Cafe, Stroud, May 2013

  • 'Sublime/Serene' New Paintings at Star Anise Arts Cafe, Stroud, June 2012





Art, especially painting, was my main passion at school, along with classical music. Being a good academic student however, I was encouraged to study a degree course in History of Art and French at London University (which I did not complete) and then as a financial necessity began a 12 year as a computer programmer and IT technical specialist for a major UK insurance company.


It was not until I reached 40 that I was in a position to fully engage with my love of art. I completed the Art & Design Access course at Stroud College, and then the technical practice of Printmaking attracted me, and I graduated from the University of Gloucestershire in 2004 with a BA in Fine Art Printmaking. I went on to help found and run the Gloucestershire Printmaking Co-operative, where I also taught etching.


I made the decision around 2009 to paint rather than print. A period of learning the techniques of oil painting with a teacher took place between 2009 -11. 

Classical music continues to be a passion. I started playing the violin aged 10 and I now have a marvellous violin teacher, Matthew Denton from the celebrated Carducci Quartet who helped me finally pass my Grade 8 with distinction in 2015! ( I was supposed to take it in 1978!!).

I lead the Stroud Symphony Orchestra, and also play with the Capriol Chamber Orchestra, in a chamber groups and with pianist Joshua Crunden.





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