Trisha Lambi is an award winning figurative artist known for her bold and sensuous yet haunting nudes. Of her work, Lambi says 'Light and its effect on form is my inspiration and whilst I don't particularly aspire to convey a conscious emotion in my work it seems to emerge of its own will'.
She has exhibited widely in Australia and internationally. Highlights of her career include her selection to represent Australia at the 2006 and 2007 Guangzhou Art Fair in China and her selection as a finalist in the 2012 Art Taipei International Competition. She was a Zone winner in the London Olympics 2012 Art Show and was selected as one of the Best Picks for Painting in the 2013 Dubai International Emerging Artist Award. Her latest achievement is her selection in the top 100 in the 2016 Bluethumb Art Prize and as a finalist in the 2016 NAB Flanagan Art Prize. An artist to look out for as her works continues to deliver a fresh perspective on contemporary figurative painting.
Trisha Lambi's studio is in Karalee, overlooking the Brisbane River and is an easy 40 minute drive west of Brisbane City. Visitors are very welcome in her studio - simply call to arrange a suitable time.
See more of Trisha's work here.