"Lambe’s success in pulling off the [Home Towns portrait] project is a testament to her willingness to take risks, her openness with both friends and strangers – a quality that endears her to her portrait-class students at the Woodstock School of Art – and most especially, her powers of observation." Lynn Woods for the Weekly Almanac, June 9, 2016
All of the paintings in these Home Towns projects are painted on 12"x12" (cm 30 x 30) canvas. The first group are from Woodstock, below are works from the Clonmel project. Further down (and on the title page for Gallery 2) are a variety of other portrait works including commissioned pieces. Also on the title page is an Artist's Statement on Portraiture in the 21st Century.
Following are paintings from the Irish part of the "Home Towns" Project - this included the first set of larger paintings in the next group. These and 20 of the Woodstock portraits above were exhibited in the South Tipperary Arts Center in Clonmel during August 2015. Visit the Blog for more info & images of some of the subjects next to their portraits.
**I will be teaching a portrait painting class: "Portraits from Photographic Reference" at the Woodstock School of Art (WSA) September 15-19, 2018. For details, contact me via this website or go to the WSA website.**
Following is a series of larger paintings - the sizes range from 14"x11" to 36"x36" (cm 35 x 28 to 92 x 92). Rest your mouse on any image to bring up its details
The Anna Family - A Pentaptych of 12"x12" (cm 30 x 30) works in oil on canvas