Angela creates primarily with encaustics, a beeswax-based painting and sculpting medium. Angela has worked with encaustic for over 20 years; its versatility of applications drives her art-making practice of both 2D and 3D works. Angela's encaustic works are inspired by the flora and fauna of our forests and the ocean depths as well as the Okanagan landscape. Her biomorphic wall sculptures constructed of twine, paper and encaustic medium are sometimes whimsical, curious, or strange and when many are arranged together, appear as a living wall or coral reef. Recently, she has a growing interest in ecological and environmental art practices as a factor in cultural transformations.