Angela White received her MFA in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and BFA in Ceramics from the University of Akron, Myers School of Art, Akron, Ohio. She was a recipient of the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship in 2005. She has exhibited at Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle, WA, Shoshana Wayne Gallery in Santa Monica, CA, and Kim Foster Gallery in New York, NY. Her work was included in an exhibition curated by Christian Marclay at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, PA. She was also part of the Wendy L. Moore Emerging Artist Series at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland in Cleveland, Ohio.

Whether working in clay, fabric, or found objects, my practice regularly engages with and supports me in learning the nature of and possibilities within “free” materials around me (materials and objects of the world outside the stream of commerce). So much of our art is inevitably influenced by the art industry—art education, art supplies—I am drawn to those moments of escape, those rare breaths of non-monetary creation wherein artists redefine value and wealth. I am drawn to looking closely and discovering the raw and profoundly resonant power of the unseen and unassuming.