Painter and printmaker Carol Lambert takes the position that “any fresh experience permanently changes our reality.” By unveiling the mysteries of familiar things, she evokes those changes. Born in Tampa, FL in 1948, she studied art at the American College (now the American University) in Paris, and in 1969 earned her BA in Art and Art History at Brown University. She completed an MA in Counseling Psychology though Goddard College in 1973, and a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Fielding Graduate Institute in 1999. Continuing her training in painting, drawing, and printmaking, she attended several academies, including Grand Central Academy and the Art Students League in New York. Lambert has exhibited in numerous solo, juried and group shows. Her work is in private collections worldwide.
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