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Angela Conner

Angela Conner is a British sculptor, active since the late 20th century. She was born in London, England in 1935 and later served as an apprentice to Dame Barbara Hepworth.

Conner is a fellow of the Royal Society of Sculptors and is noted especially for her outdoor, public abstract, mobile sculptures, as well as for her portrait sculptures, on display both in the UK and abroad. Conner currently resides in England with her husband and daughter.


'Biography' <> [accessed 28 November 2008]

Higgins, Ria, 'A Life in the Day: Angela Conner', Times Online, August 5, 2007 < > [accessed 28 November 2008]

Further reading:

Courtney, C., 'Sculpture by Angela Conner', Architect (RIBA), vol.93, October 1986, p.13.