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Angie Renfro


Angie Renfro's paintings are compelling explorations of the beauty of standing apart. Through varying subject matter -- factories, weeds, birds on a telephone wire -- she delves into the idea that we all share the experience of feeling disconnected. Her austere compositions are painted with loose, bold strokes using a simple, sophisticated color palette. Wistful and filled with a sense of longing, each work is a vignette of powerful quiet.

Angie received a BFA in Illustration from the Academy of Art College in San Francisco in 2002. Currently, she lives in Chicago. She has been a featured artist in both Southwest Art Magazine and American Art Collector. Her paintings are now carried in several galleries across the country.