The Hidden Place

August 15, 2008

Alison Lambert

Filed under: Contemporary Painters — thehiddenplace @ 8:59 pm
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Alison Lambert creates large oversized drawings of heads in a technique fairly unique to herself.  Drawings are created, torn, covered, redrawn, pasted over, redrawn until a very compelling palimpsest of hours and hours of drawing is formed.

The resulting work is powerful, raw and has a psychological impact that comes from a wonderfully paradoxical mix of both frailty and brutality.

Her work has improved over the years, becoming increasingly sophisticated, showing depth beyond simply an interesting technique.  My fear is that she will repeat herself ad nauseam.

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  1. I think her work is amazing. We tried a forgery in art GCSE it was so hard- she must be so patient! Good work!

    Comment by Megan — April 22, 2009 @ 4:40 pm | Reply


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