By Angela Walker_Visual Artist

Contemporary Australian Artist.
My medical background amplifies my fascination with the human body, specifically in regard to identity, gender and domesticity on the land.

Now at Horsham Regional Art Gallery

Dimboola’s Angela Walker’s work Topographical Relationships 2017 is a series of three relief linocut prints on Japanese rice paper Walker’s current practice attempts to disrupt romantic notions of human relationships to land use and farming practice. She seeks to highlight the health of livestock, people and local environment. Impressions: Printmaking in the Wimmera 19 August – 8 October 2017 Horsham Regional Art Gallery