Meet Angela Fehr
Award-winning watercolour artist Angela Fehr acknowledges that her art is strongly linked to the beauty of the Peace River landscape. The wilds surrounding Dawson Creek provide endless inspiration for Angela. Angela Fehr Art can be located anywhere in the world but the artist chooses to live and conduct her business out of Dawson Creek.
“Dawson Creek has been my home since birth and I just couldn’t imagine living anywhere else,” said Angela. As a local artist, Angela feels very supported by her small community. “My friends in this community are my biggest cheerleaders,” said Angela, " the community has supported me as I grew up as an artist and as my business has grown and succeeded."
Angela also acknowledges other entrepreneurs in Dawson Creek that contribute to making this community such a great place to call home. “I love the Olde Creek Store and so respect Tanya Machula for building a business with such a widespread positive reputation, great staff and amazing products.”
Angela enjoys being able to count on certain things in her hometown, “The friendliness of our people, our landmark art gallery and a lifetime of memories and more to come.” Angela’s life is happily wrapped around her family and when she isn’t creating watercolours or teaching classes she loves spending time with family. Angela also loves the cross country ski trails on Bear Mountain. “Bear Mountain has 20 km of beautiful trails for skiing in the winter or hiking in the summer that are always beautifully maintained by the Bear Mountain Nordic Ski Association.”
Vibrant. Colourful. Inspiring.
Angela Fehr is a professional watercolour artist who creates and sells paintings and also teaches watercolour both locally and on-line. As a teacher, Angela is a skilled communicator of watercolour techniques and she finds gratification in empowering students to embrace their unique creativity.
Angela is proud of her growing reputation as a skilled watercolour instructor. “With over 5,000 students from all over the world in my on-line classes, I love the watercolour community I’ve created all on my own,” said Angela. Through years of hard work and endless community support this entrepreneur is excited and humbled to realize that, “this small town girl has something special to offer to the world.”
Angela is a member of the Peace Watercolour Society, the Federation of Canadian Artists and the South Peace Art Society. Her place-inspired water-colour paintings have received awards including a second place for “Peace River Corner” at the 2014 Life in the Peace show put on by the Peace River Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists at the Beaverlodge Art & Cultural Centre in Beaverlodge, Alberta.
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