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*Angela Rio*

Angela Rio is a Philadelphia-based artist that forms complex but balanced motifs and narratives in a variety of mediums. Her most recent work has been shown in a juried exhibition at ATHICA in Athens, GA. She’s made work in collaboration with the collective at Space 1026 for shows at Vox Populi and Paradigm in Philadelphia, PA. In the realm of public art, her mural at the PHL International Airport and banners for Center City District along Walnut Street have been largest scale projects she’s worked on. Printed Matter, Inc., Arch Enemy Arts, and Fairmount House have also included her work in group shows. Prior to becoming a member at Space 1026, Rio’s illustrations were commissioned by The New York Times, Philadelphia Magazine, Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Lame-O Records, and Boiled Records. She also co-authored a book about how to make paper plants called The No-Kill Garden that was published by Running Press and available at Barnes and Noble. Rio received her BFA in Illustration from University of the Arts in 2014. Her body of work is expanding through ways of printmaking, woodworking, and painting. She is always experimenting with new techniques to further inform her visual language.

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Angela Rio's newest collection Fragments is available for purchase below. Read the press release here.