Antonia Spowers was born in Knaresbrough in 1934. Spowers lives and works in London.
A selection of solo and group exhibitions include: Mid Wales Arts Centre Open; London Art Fair; National Botanic Garden of Wales; Llantarnam Arts Centre; Newport Museum and Gallery; Somerset House; Brick Lane Gallery; The Tabernacle Gallery; Newport Museum and Gallery with Bill Swan; Washington Gallery; Tabernacle Gallery, MOMA Wales; Brecknock Museum, Brecon; Red House Museum, Christchurch; Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park.
Antonia Spowers is an Associate Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors and Member of the Welsh Group, the 56 Group , IAPMA, Sculpture Cymru and Sculpture-Network.
Antonia Spowers' recent work has focused on water, its structure, behaviour, altered states and multiple associations. She has also been interested in exploring themes of disconnection and displacement, which have developed ideas of continuity and connection and an interest in layers beneath the surface, determining a new direction for Spowers work. Her work has an emphasis on environment and sustainability. In the past she has created solar powered, self-circulating water sculptures and has employed recycled and re-usable materials in combination with new technologies.