The new drawings continue Alison Lambert’s intense examination of the isolated human head, while adding suggestions of background landscape forms. These background features provide additional elements of location and a sense of mystery and ambiguity.
In her new work, using the human figure, Alison has returned to suggestions of mythological and ritualistic themes. Drawings such as ‘Paris’, ‘Adam’ and ‘Narcissus’ conjure up mythic associations and narratives while remaining both archetypal and universal in their character.
Alison Lambert is considered one of the foremost British figurative artists with recent works added to collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA.
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