Whimsical pottery and drawings by North Carolina native Stacy Lambert are being presented in HMA's Local Artist Gallery in conjunction with New Horizons: Self-Taught Art in The 21st Century (September 23, 2017 - January 7, 2018).
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“I pull inspiration for my work from my life. Most of my subjects tend to be self portraits but some are visitors representing an emotion, feeling, vice or real people. I use my art to navigate my life and often find putting the pen to the wood is like ... (more here)
" You're looking for a fantastic movement or a fantastic shape that comes in the piece, and that's the whole power to the piece. You want it to explode out when the viewer sees it or you want it to be calm, but yet you still want a powerful presence in the piece, so that it dominates or takes off." (Read more here.)
Eig says that "If my paintings 'speak' to people that view it, and bring good feelings to their hearts, sometimes a smile on their lips, then I am very happy." She was educated as an economist and discovered art by chance when she was nineteen. She (more here)