Anne Lambert: The Way Things Go
The Way Things Go is the title of a piece in which Lambert illustrates “how things go” in twenty-one different ways, from flaming out, to washing away, to soaring out of sight. This play on words flows through all of her works, and the exhibition represents five decades of Anne Lambert’s productivity as an artist, from drawings to paintings, photographs, and the mixed media assemblages that came to define her style.
Opening reception Saturday, October 16, 6-8. Open to the public, advance registration required, click here to register!
Railroad Lantern , 1971, Collagraph
Rogier’s Lady , 1987, Pastel
Salvage , 2006, Found objects
The Playground , n.d., Archival inkjet print
Untitled (Pioneer Woman) , n.d., Found objects
Van Gogh Rowing , 1986, Acrylic on paper
Waltham Mill Door , 1986, Found objects, door
The Way Things Go , 2004, Found objects
"Nothing is too old or too worn out to be beyond use. Everything has potential" Anne Lambert