Angie Dixon’s distinctive style is a blend of traditional Asian brush and ink painting (Sumi) with her love of the Pacific Northwest. A Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, University of Washington, Seattle – 1976, graduate art studies, Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts, Hangzhou, China – 1984, commercial fishing in Alaska, mountain climbing, a fascination for cave paintings and artifacts all contribute to her unique blend of mystic expression. Her recent collaboration with Richard La Londe adds sculptural glass to her repertoire.
Dixon’s solo exhibitions include galleries in Juneau, Alaska, Tokyo, Japan, Sarasota, Florida, and Seattle, Washington – where Angie created room installations that complimented her paintings. She illustrated the 1986 REI calendar with her sumi nature paintings. Corporate collections include American Airlines – Chicago, Illinois, McCaw Cellular – Seattle, Washington, and the University of Alaska – Anchorage, Alaska.