Angie Mason was born in Northern New Jersey but was uprooted quite often during her younger years. This chaotic, disjointed upbringing helped inform her visual imagination and sensibilities. She is a graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York City. Her extensive body of work has centered on a visual examination of modern life in a unique and sometimes frightening look through a ‘grotesque folk-pop lens’ of character narratives. These narratives have established Mason firmly in the forefront of the modern contemporary art movement with solo and group exhibitions in both museum and galleries throughout the United States and internationally. Mason’s undeniable originality has garnered her attention from publishers and collectors alike, such as actress and poet Amber Tamblyn and the multifaceted Aprella among them. Her list of expanding accolades range from the 'EdgyCute' art survey book by Harry Saylor and the collaboration 'Feedback Project' where Adrian Stout of The Tiger Lillies, composed original music based on Mason’s artwork. Mason brings her social and environmental awareness to the public through various charity art shows such as the Whaleless Exhibition which toured throughout Germany and Italy and showcased at the Milan Civic Aquarium. Angie Mason currently resides and works in Northern New Jersey with her husband and their very bad kitty in a spooky old colonial house they call home. For up-to-date information, show schedules, and projects