Angela Inglis graduated from ACAD in 1994 in the discipline of painting and was a founding member of the Untitled Art Society from 1993 - 1996. Since her involvement with UAS, Inglis has pursued further Calgary community based projects such as The Estate Museum, The Sugar Estate Art Salon, Portrait Estate Gallery (aka the National Portrait Gallery of Canada), The Sugar Shack Art Salon and currently the Sugar Cube Window Gallery on 17th Avenue. Inglis is currently producing artwork in the fibre arts, painting & drawing, and is acutely interested in street photography.
Born in Calgary in 1956, Holliday's family moved to England when he was five years old. Most of his youth was spent in the English Lake District, which is famous for its profound beauty. Although after leaving school he maintained a career as a welder Holliday often acknowledged his artistic urges by periodically sketching and painting animals and buildings.
In 1984, taking advantage of his Canadian citizenship and looking for a challenging experience, he returned to Calgary. Working as a pipe fitter for the next few years Holliday began to ponder an odd career change. By 1990 he had quit his job and was enrolled in a fine arts course at the Alberta College of Art and Design.
Graduating with honors in 1994 Holliday was also one of the founding members of Untitled Art Society. In recent years he has become recognized as an accomplished painter, his work offering an unusual approach to traditional landscape painting.