Gill Lambert

Art forms: 
Mixed media 2D, Painting
Trees overshadowing bright red poppies

My aim is to create eye-popping, evocative, mixed-media landscapes. I focus on variety and texture using the intensity of the acrylic colours, the transparency of watercolour washes and the gritty lines of pastels.

I love adventuring and activity and I often glimpse colourful and intriguing scenes as I cycle or walk in the countryside. My painting is an attempt to capture these views and recreate my responses to them; to lift me on a dull day indoors. When I start a new picture, I feel like I am still adventuring as I explore how to share the view or idea. At this stage it feels like anything is possible in the picture, it can be bright and joyous and evocative. I aim for my paintings to catch the eye and intrigue, to evoke colourful beauty on a sunny day.

Currently I am developing a series of 100 small paintings that I created during 100 days in the Spring. Many of the 100 paintings were based on memories and photos from my “Pennine Way” walk (of 380 miles) in Autumn 2020.


32 Verulam Road
St Albans
Through an iron gate on Verulam Road; sorry - city centre parking needed
07726 352838
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Special Information: 
Refreshments available, Credit card facility, Suitable for groups
Wheelchair access: 
September / October 2021
1pm - 4pm