Anna Lambert studied 3D Design and ceramics at Bath Academy of Art and University of Central Lancashire, and has been working fulltime in her studio producing her distinctive earthenware since 1980.
Anna currently works from her Crosshills studio that she shares with painter David Thomas. She has exhibited widely throughout the UK including solo exhibitions at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh and at Contemporary Ceramics, London, and in galleries in Europe and USA.
Using a range of techniques including altered clay slabs, modelling, slip and underglaze painting and various simple printmaking methods, Anna Lambert has developed her hand built forms to reflect a connection with her locality and to the fragile and constantly changing environment, responding to places as diverse as wild bleak moorland and bird-filled hedgerows.
Royal College of Art : Ceramic Art London 2015
April 17, 2015 to April 19, 2015
Platters and place: using slips, stencils and stamps on clay. Anna Lambert
23rd April 2015 to 26th April 2015
Hand-built decorated functional earthenware
Work generally available from:
A lot of my work is for commissions, so contact me at the studio, but I also exhibit regularly at Ceramic Art London, Art in Clay(Hatfield), Earth and Fire (Rufford), Potfest in the Park, Oxford Ceramics Fair and hold regular open studio exhibitions
Available for lectures, visiting lecturing, demonstrations and workshops - I generally give up to three lectures or demonstrations a year to various potters groups, schools and art groups.
Anna Lambert's blog: http://flatthings.wordpress.com worth checking it out!
Using a range of techniques including altered clay slabs, modelling, slip and underglaze painting and various simple printmaking methods, Anna Lambert has developed her hand built earthenware to reflect a connection with her locality and to the fragile and constantly changing environment, responding to places as divers as wild bleak moorland and bird-filled hedgerows.
1957 - born London
1960 - brought up in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
1976 -77 - Hertfordshire College of Art and Design, Arts foundation course
1977 -80 - Bath Academy of Art, Corsham, Wiltshire, BA(Hons) 3D design(Ceramics)
2011 -13 - MA Ceramics UcLan, Preston
Oct 80 - Fosseway House Workshops, Stow on the Wold
March 83 - Makers, Stroud, Glos
July 89 - Chapel Road, Steeton, W. Yorks
Dec 99 - Junction Workshop, Crosshills, N. Yorks
Part time lecturing
Oct 91- June 92 - Bradford and Ilkley Community College
Oct 93 - March 94 - University of Derby
2009 onwards - West Dean short course tutor.
2013 - Practitioner Crafts Council ‘Firing Up’ scheme: Moor Park School, Preston
I generally give up to three lectures or demonstrations a year to various potters groups, schools and art groups.
2002 Contemporary Ceramics, London: solo
2003 Alpha House Gallery, Sherborne, Dorset ‘Top Twenty’
2004 Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh: solo
2004 Alpha House Gallery, Sherborne, Dorset
2004 Rufford Craft Centre and touring Europe. ‘Pots in the Kitchen’
2004 Galerie Terra Viva , nr Uzes, France: solo
2004 Shipley Gallery, Gateshead
2004 Bothy Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
2005 Simon Drew Gallery, Dartmouth: solo
2005 Galerie Terra Viva, France ‘10 ans‘
2006 Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Notts
2006 Contemporary Ceramics, London
2006 Brook Street Gallery and Bowie and Hulbert, Hay on Wye: solo
2006 Godfrey and Watt, Harrogate: solo
2007 Ceramic Art London (and every year since)
2007 Puisaye Potters, Treigny, France: guest exhibitor
2008 De Morgan Centre, London: solo
2008 Bowie Gallery at Hay Festival
2008 Summer House, Mill Valley, California USA: solo
2009 Galerie Terra Viva, nr Uzes, France
2009 Godfrey and Watt, Harrogate: solo
2009 Scarborough Art Gallery
2009 Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
2010 Yew Tree Gallery, Cornwall (solo)
2011 Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London
2012 Galerie du Don, France.
2012 Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales
2012 Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
2013 Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
2013 Yew Tree Gallery, Cornwall
A full list of exhibitions, awards and publications can be found at www.junctionworkshop.co.uk