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John Angus/ Landscapes

John Angus is an artist, designer, print-maker, researcher, and curator, based in Lancaster, UK.  He originally trained in biology at Liverpool and Birmingham universities. From 1975-2005 he designed and screen-printed posters for arts organisations throughout UK.  His posters have been widely exhibited and are in public collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, and have been reproduced in several books.

He was a founder of arts and health company, Pioneer Projects, creating art works for primary care and hospitals (1988-2005), and was a research associate at Durham University, publishing reports on art in community health.

He produced a series of artworks about plankton, which were exhibited as light projections on Morecambe sea front promenade, and as prints in four Lancashire Museums, and Oxford University Museum of Natural History (2001-2008).

In 1991 he was one of group of artists which formed Storey Gallery in Lancaster, later becoming Director, curating a contemporary art programme until 2013.  Since then he has continued this company, now known as StoreyG2, commissioning art projects about landownership. 

He started print-making again in 2013 at ArtLab Contemporary Print Studio, at the University of Central Lancashire, in Preston. His recent prints have been exhibited widely in the UK, and also in China.


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