Angelika Spranger graduated as a mature student in Art for Public Space at Roehampton University, London, with a BA (First Class Hons) in 2005 after a Foundation in Art & Design.
Her portraits of a mother and her child were selected for the “Tomorrow’s Child” exhibition (raising awareness of the importance of early childhood development) in the Houses of Parliament, London in 2016.
The artist was invited by St George’s Hospital, London, to curate her solo show in their gallery space in January 2018.
She created her first multimedia show with the intention of sharing the healing qualities of art.
The National Trust, Morden Hall, London, hosted the artist’s curated multimedia exhibition “Still Waters” in October 2018.
Angelika designed a 3D installation and video projection “There is Only One Water” for the opening of the Wimbledon Art Fair in November 2018.
Her work is present in private collections worldwide.