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Angela Jayne Barnett - 35 year old Artist and Photographer living on Mull

Blackrock Cottage, Glencoe, Highlands of Scotland
Castle Stalker, Appin, West Coast
Featuring interior of St.Connans Kirk, Loch Awe
Beltane, Celtic Festival of Spring into Summer
The Fairy Ring. An Enchanted Evening with friends...

Biography

Angela Jayne Barnett

I have always been interested in and drawn towards the mystical and the magical.
From an early age I was interested in ancient landscapes, ruined castles and the stories and folklore attatched to them. At 14 I began studying Wicca and natural magic as well as the teachings and beliefs of the Native Americans. Many of my early experiences and dreams lead me to create the images I am producing today. The magic of the changing seasons, the myths and the customs which accompany them, give me a constant sourse of wonder 12 months of the year.
The age of digital photography and digital software has opened up a whole new way of expressing myself, giving me the tools to be able to reflect how I percieve the world around me. Since moving from Worcestershire, England, to the Isle of Mull in Western Scotland, I have found a new passion and source of inspiration from the landscape around me.
Great Britain is a truly enchanted Isle - from the majestic mountains of Scotland to the stone circles of deepest Cornwall. It is in my heart and soul.

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Medium

  • Digital Photographer

Location

  • Western Isles

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Recent Exhibitions

AnTobar, Tobermory, Isle of Mull
I have mainly internet presence with portfolios on some of the World's largest websites for Artists and Photographers including ArtWanted.com , ePHOTOzine.com, DevientArt.com ,Albany and MySpace

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In my work I am trying to capture the magic and mystery of the world around me. My photography tends to lean towards the dark and atmospheric, which to me is far more interesting than the 'chocolate box' Scotland so often found in tourist shops across the country. To me Scotland is rugged, moody, dramatic and powerful, and this is the edge I am looking for in my own work.

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