Pink Breakthrough (Oil on Canvas 2017)
This painting was recently on view at the Dorchester Center for the Arts Annual Member's Show.
It was also included in the 50 Forever Exhibition at Maryland Federation of Art
She earned a BFA (Photography) and an MFA (Painting) from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). Her early creative passions were photography and abstract drawing. She lived in Manhattan for nearly a decade (including a year on a houseboat in the Hudson River) where she worked in photography/advertising and maintained a studio. Her work was exhibited in galleries and alternative spaces in New York City and was included in The World’s Women On-line! electronic media wall created for presentation at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China, and in an invitational exhibition at the Aichi Prefecture Museum in Japan. Ms. Lambros also lived in California. Her travels throughout that region, especially Big Sur and La Jolla, as well as time spent on the coasts of Maine, Maryland, and Virginia inspired her to turn to painting. Her natural surroundings on Hooper's Island provide a constant source of inspiration.
Three of her recent nocturnes were selected by jurors Adah Rose Bittenbaum and Erwin Timmers for the Night- 28th Annual Juried Exhibition at Strathmore Hall in Bethesda, Maryland. Her oil painting Eventide 2 (from the collection of David and Stacey Abeles) was selected by juror Eric Keys to be included in the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts 2019 Cumberland Valley Artist Exhibition. A recent untitled painting was selected by juror Ben Simons for inclusion in Circle Gallery's Winter Members Show 2019. Her painting Eventide 1 was chosen (from 1900 works submitted) by juror Ronnie Landfield to be included in the First Street Gallery 2018 National Juried Exhibition in New York City and was exhibited at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts 2018 Cumberland Valley Artist Exhibition juried by Jack Rasmussen. Her recent painting Clearing was selected by juror Dean Dalfonzo for inclusion in Stormy Weather, an online exhibition at Curve Gallery. Two of her photographs were selected by juror Jennifer Brundage for the Big Fun Art exhibition at the Ann Marie Sculpture Garden and Art Center In Dowell, Maryland. Recent paintings were exhibited at the Academy Art Museum, the Annapolis Maritime Museum and Circle Gallery/ Maryland Federation of Art. Paintings from her Natural/Unnatural and Infinity Series were on long time display MICA’s Bunting Center. Her works have been included in numerous exhibitions, including solo shows at the Gregorio Gallery, Angelfall’s Studio and the John Fonda Gallery, and are widely collected.
Ms. Lambros has curated exhibitions and done extensive art consulting, fine arts collections management, special events, and community based art projects for Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and for private and corporate clients.