Mary C. Angers

As a multi-disciplinary artist, Angers works in two and three-dimensional media as well as video, television, light and computer generated work. She has shown extensively in Manhattan, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, California, Florida and other states around the United States, as well as doing public art in France and Canada.

In a variety of media and themes, her public art includes laminated glass, metalworks, aluminum and metal and iron sculptures, paintings and frescoes, animated and computer generated video and film work and projections, and also light work. Angers has also created works in etched granite, sculpted and painted Winterstone, and cast aluminum as well as laser cut metalworks.

Themes that Angers uses for her work are self-created. Always holding a contemporary and technological view, her themes include historical timescapes, biological, natural, cellular and otherwise scientific and Earth and body related; ecological themes related to the rhythms and cycles of life, and events in life; and themes that experiment with coordinate and orthogonal space. In the end, Angers tries to focus on energy and unnoticed beauty, and form a relationship between her work and the environment of the site. Angers work has been recognized in articles and television reviews in Florida, Tennessee, New Jersey and New York.

Angers holds a Master of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and attended Rutgers University in New Jersey and Parsons School of Design in New York to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She has also did a summer residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Vermont. Angers currently resides in Long Branch, New Jersey. 

Mary Angers