Angela Rose Voulgarelis lives and works in upstate NY.  Her work is informed by commonplace routines of domestic life, notions of interconnection, and impermanence and loss. Through painting, performance, and object making, she places two aspects of the same thing in the same space, drawing connections between seemingly unrelated ideas, images, and forms.

Angela has exhibited her work at the Berliner Kunstprojekt (Berlin), 450 Broadway Gallery (NY), Ampersand International Arts (San Francisco, CA), Belcher Studios Gallery  (San Francisco, CA), One Mile Gallery (Kingston, NY), Linksoul Lab (Oceanside, CA), Roos Arts (Rosendale, NY), AIR Gallery (NY), and the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art (New Paltz, NY). She has been a visiting artist at the Michaelis School of Art (Cape Town, South Africa), and her work has been featured online at Art:21, and

Angela received her BFA from the University of California at Santa Cruz. She also attended the Scoula Lorenzo De'Medici in Florence, Italy where she studied painting and art history with Rose Shakinovsky and Claire Gavronsky (“rosenclaire”). Since 1995, she has continued to study with the collaborative duo, via workshops and private residencies, in the US, Italy, and South Africa.