Environmental and landscape art
Site-specific and integrated art
Starry Starry Night: Iron Pour Performance, 2019, molten iron in the landscape at dawn. Performed during the Festival of Fire at Salem Art Works. Sound by Paul Higham.
Fall Star, 2020, cast iron and steel, 9′ x 4′ x 5′
Sky Diamond, 2016, cast aluminum and steel, 8′ x 8′ x 8′
Thunder Cloud, 2022, cast iron and steel, 9′ x 10′ x 14′
Star Gazer, 2018, steel and cast iron, 8′ x 4′ x 4′
About the Artist
Coral Penelope Lambert is recognized for producing process-based site-specific work and public sculpture that combine her background as a formal steel sculptor with her passion for metal casting. She achieved a B.F.A at Canterbury School of Art in 1989 and M.F.A at Manchester Metropolitan University in 1990. She received an International Research Fellowship in Foundry Arts at the University of Minnesota from 1994-97 after which she moved permanently to the USA from England on an O1 Visa as an artist of extraordinary ability. Lambert is Professor of Sculpture at Alfred University, NY where she is also Director of the National Casting Center Foundry. She has shown internationally in 13 solo and 150+ group exhibitions. She is the recipient of 22 awards including the prestigious International Sculpture Center Outstanding Educator Award in 2022. Her studio is based in Pittsburgh where she has recently moved.
Photo by BumpOpera
“It is important for me to collaborate with others from different fields and backgrounds as it leads to more meaningful outcomes and results in something that I would not be able to make by myself.”Coral Penelope Lambert
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