Maria de Los Angeles (Angela) Corona Guillen is a potter from the village of Mata Ortiz in northern Mexico. Her mother is Mercedes Guillen Gonzales, her father Guadalupe Corona Hernandez. Born in October 1983, she began making pots around the age of 15. Her paternal grandmother is Consolacion Quezada but she learned how to pot from her grandfather, Guadalupe Corona Sr. and her brother, Vidal Corona. She still forms and paints her own pieces but she purchases her natural clay paints in the village and uses an electric kiln to get the results she wants.
Angela has found a niche in making polychrome owl figures and seed pots draped with lizards. With sgraffito design and bright colors, her work is instantly recognizable. She sometimes collaborates with her husband, Oscar Ramirez. She signs her pieces: Angela Corona. Their daughter, Jazmin Ramirez Corona is producing seed pots now, too.