Opening Reception June 29th, 2019 4pm-7pm
Closing Reception August 3rd, 2019 4pm-7pm
Show runs from -
June 29th, 2019 - August 3rd, 2019
Open by Appointment
Artist - Tracy Lambros
Throughout my career as an artist I have been fascinated by what resonates from a place: what I feel while there, what I remember when I leave and what stays with me as time passes, and how to translate that through my art. Sometimes, it is the overwhelming sensations of how a place looks visually- the colors, textures, patterns, the time of day, the quality of light. However, often it is not how a place looks specifically but- that undefinable quality that makes a place stay with you or resonate. What makes a place penetrate your soul, inhabit your mind, shape your spirit, change you?
Most of the works in this exhibition were created over the past three years and were inspired by my natural surroundings on Hooper’s Island, the Blackwater Wildlife Refuge and the Chesapeake Bay Region. Included are also several earlier works which have either rarely or never been exhibited.
Tracy Lambros is an American artist living and working in Baltimore and from her studio on Hooper’s Island, Maryland. She holds an MFA in Painting and a BFA in Photography from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). She lived in Manhattan for nearly a decade (including a year on a houseboat on the Hudson River) where she maintained a studio and began exhibiting professionally. Her paintings, photographs and drawings have been exhibited regionally, nationally and internationally in solo, juried, and invitational shows and are widely collected. While she does not confine herself to one medium or genre her oil paintings evoke nature: land, sea, and sky. What Resonates- a solo exhibition at Gallery Blue Door in Baltimore, Maryland (on view from June 29 - August 3, 2019).