After many years in the nonprofit sector, Judi Angel retired to pursue her passion for photography, travel and outdoor activities. Continually exploring new ways of expressing what she sees, Angel’s portfolio ranges from macro to landscapes, urban streets to portraiture, linear to organic. A new direction sees her combining different images into composites - with some delightfully surprising results.
Eye Lines, solo exhibition at the Sydney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, Vancouver, BC, March 2017.
Contributing artist, FarmBoy Fine Arts, a full-service art consultancy for hospitality, healthcare and corporate spaces. 2012 and ongoing.
Joint exhibition, You are Here, North Vancouver Arts Council, part of the Capture Photography Festival, April 2015. Three of these pieces are part of the permanent collection at Lions Gate Hospital.Contributing artist, designpics.com, stock photography. 2013 and ongoing
Solo exhibition, Tikun Olom, Healing the World, at the Sydney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, Vancouver, BC, March 2012. This show documented Judi’s time living and traveling in South East Asia as a volunteer.
Published a fine art photo book, Tikun Olom, Volunteering in South East Asia, March 2012.
The exhibition, Tikun Olom travelled to Toronto's Beth Tzedek Museum from October 30th, 2012 to January 31, 2013.
Published a fine art photo book documenting a one-day visit to an unusual small town in New Zealand, entitled Raetihi, coming and going. 2012.
exhibit a, a joint photography exhibition at Vancouver’s PhotoHaus Gallery, where Judi contributed her series on the subject of The Wind. December 2011.
A triptych from exhibit a, Who has seen the wind? is part of the permanent art collection at Vancouver General Hospital.