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Lambi

Trisha

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Trisha Lambi | Visual Artist


Website: www.trishalambi.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/trishalambi

Email: trishalambi@trishalambi.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/trishalambiart


Public Art


2023 | Wall of History, Charters Towers, 60m long by 7m high


Artist Residencies


2022 | Artist in Residence, International Women’s Day Corporate Art Exhibition, Brisbane, Australia

2021 | Artist in Residence, Condamine Country Art and Open Studio Trail, Warwick, Australia

2019 | Artspace Gites, Fontaine-Daniel, France

2018 | Lakkos Artist Residency, Heraklion, Crete


Awards


2020 | 6th Place, Human Figure Category, American Art Awards

2020 | Merit Award, Shades of Red, Curated by Camelback Gallery

2012 | Zone Winner, London Olympics 2012 Art Show, JL Gallery London

2009 | Winner, $5000 Acquisitive Warwick Art Prize, Warwick, QLD

2006 | First Prize, Just Nudes Exhibition, Ipswich, QLD

2005 | People's Choice Award, Regional Art Awards, Toowoomba


Selected Exhibitions


2024 | Finalist, Australian Street Art Awards for Wall of History Mosaic Mural

2023 | Finalist, Clayton Utz Prize

2023 | Finalist, Kennedy Prize

2022 | Finalist, International Guild of Realism Fall Salon Exhibition

2021 | Making A Splash, Janet Rady Fine Art, London/Dubai

2020 | Finalist, Wyndham Art Prize

2019 | Artworks featured on The Block TV Series

2018 | Semi-Finalist, Artbox Project New York

2017 | Finalist, Hornsby Art Prize, Sydney, NSW

2017 | Underbelly Group Show, Dab Art Gallery, Ventura, CA, USA

2016 | Finalist, NAB Flanagan's Art Prize, Geelong, Vic

2015 | Modern Masters, Tarttalks, New York, USA

2013 | Best Picks for Painting, Dubai International Emerging Artist Award, UAE

2013 | Finalist, Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Awards, Brisbane, Qld

2012 | Finalist, ART Taipei

2009 | Finalist, She Who Discovers, Walker St Gallery, Dandenong, Vic

2008 | Au Naturel - The Nude in the 21st Century, Oregon, USA

2007 & 2006 | Guangzhou International Art Fair, Guangzhou, China

2005 | Group Show, Galerie Faerber, Ahrensburg, Germany

2004 | Lighting the Body, Soda Gallery, Avalon, Sydney, NSW

Trisha Lambi | Bio


Trisha Lambi is an acclaimed artist renowned for her bold and haunting oil paintings, which are deeply inspired by the interplay of light and form. Her work compellingly evokes emotion, often without deliberate intention.


Lambi has exhibited widely both in Australia and internationally. Her career highlights include representing Australia at the Guangzhou Art Fair in 2006 and 2007, being a finalist in the 2012 Art Taipei International Competition, and winning a Zone award at the London Olympics 2012 Art Show. In 2013, she was selected for the Best Picks for Painting at the Dubai International Emerging Artist Award.


Her achievements further extend to participating in a group show in California, reaching finalist status in the Hornsby Art Prize, and being a semi-finalist in the Artbox Project New York. In 2018, Lambi completed her first artist residency in Heraklion, Crete, where she painted a mural in the historic old town of Lakkos.


In 2019, her work was featured in the Australian TV series "The Block," and she undertook a residency in Fontaine-Daniel, France. Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, she continued to gain accolades, becoming a finalist in the 2020 Wyndham Art Prize, winning a Merit Award in the Camelback Gallery’s “Shades of Red” Competition, and placing sixth in the American Art Awards.


In 2022, Lambi served as the Artist in Residence for the International Women’s Day Corporate Art Exhibition in Brisbane and the Condamine Country Art Trail in Warwick. She also crafted a mosaic mural that documents the Gold Rush in Charters Towers.


Recent recognitions include being a finalist in the Clayton Utz Art Prize and the Kennedy Prize, and her nomination as a finalist in the 2024 Australian Street Art Awards for her Wall of History Mosaic Mural in Charters Towers.


Lambi’s career is distinguished by her unique style and emotional depth, establishing her as a significant figure in contemporary art. Her works continue to engage and inspire a global audience.

Trisha Lambi | Bio


Trisha Lambi is an acclaimed artist renowned for her bold and haunting oil paintings, which are deeply inspired by the interplay of light and form. Her work compellingly evokes emotion, often without deliberate intention.


Lambi has exhibited widely both in Australia and internationally. Her career highlights include representing Australia at the Guangzhou Art Fair in 2006 and 2007, being a finalist in the 2012 Art Taipei International Competition, and winning a Zone award at the London Olympics 2012 Art Show. In 2013, she was selected for the Best Picks for Painting at the Dubai International Emerging Artist Award.


Her achievements further extend to participating in a group show in California, reaching finalist status in the Hornsby Art Prize, and being a semi-finalist in the Artbox Project New York. In 2018, Lambi completed her first artist residency in Heraklion, Crete, where she painted a mural in the historic old town of Lakkos.


In 2019, her work was featured in the Australian TV series "The Block," and she undertook a residency in Fontaine-Daniel, France. Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, she continued to gain accolades, becoming a finalist in the 2020 Wyndham Art Prize, winning a Merit Award in the Camelback Gallery’s “Shades of Red” Competition, and placing sixth in the American Art Awards.


In 2022, Lambi served as the Artist in Residence for the International Women’s Day Corporate Art Exhibition in Brisbane and the Condamine Country Art Trail in Warwick. She also crafted a mosaic mural that documents the Gold Rush in Charters Towers.


Recent recognitions include being a finalist in the Clayton Utz Art Prize and the Kennedy Prize, and her nomination as a finalist in the 2024 Australian Street Art Awards for her Wall of History Mosaic Mural in Charters Towers.


Lambi’s career is distinguished by her unique style and emotional depth, establishing her as a significant figure in contemporary art. Her works continue to engage and inspire a global audience.

Women in Art

Frozen in Time

1228

Art ID

2024

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102 x 102 cm

Oil on linen

7800

$

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Women in Art

Memories of Another Time

1229

Art ID

2024

|

120 x 76 cm

Oil on linen

7000

$

Trisha

Lambi

Women in Art

Guardian Of The Soul

1235

Art ID

2012

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120 x 90 cm

Oil on linen

8000

$

Trisha

Lambi

Women in Art

Letting Go

1230

Art ID

2023

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76 x 76 cm

Oil on linen

6500

$

Trisha

Lambi

Women in Art

All Along You Were Blooming

1231

Art ID

2023

|

76 x 102 cm

Oil on linen

7000

$

Trisha

Lambi

Women in Art

Kiss The Sky

1232

Art ID

2024

|

102 x 102 cm

Oil on linen

7800

$

Trisha

Lambi

Women in Art

It Began With A Ripple

1233

Art ID

2019

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120 x 90 cm

Oil on linen

8000

$

Trisha

Lambi

Women in Art

Dreams Grow Wild

1234

Art ID

2018

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60 x 90 cm

Oil on linen

6500

$

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Lambi

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Artist Statement


Capturing light on form is my primary inspiration to paint. Each piece begins as an exercise in lighting form, but as I paint, it evolves into a spiritual journey where the painting becomes a reflection of my life—the emotions, my responses to external events, and my ongoing spiritual reflection. A deep emotion, not easily articulated, is evoked — perhaps 'meditation' is the correct word. This emotion subconsciously dictates each facet of the painting — the palette, the composition, and the brushstrokes. I am taken on a journey, sometimes unwelcome and heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but always illuminating.


My vision is to transcend the mere representation of light and form, delving into the deeper realms of human experience and spirituality. Each brushstroke is a step on a path of introspection and discovery, where the interplay of light and shadow mirrors the complexities of existence. Through my work, I aim to evoke a sense of connection and resonance, inviting viewers to embark on their own contemplative journeys.


My goal is to create art that not only captures the essence of physical form but also serves as a conduit for emotional and spiritual expression. I strive to produce pieces that are not only visually striking but also profoundly moving, offering a sanctuary for reflection and meditation. By illuminating the nuances of light and form, I hope to illuminate the inner landscapes of the soul, fostering a deeper understanding of ourselves and our place in the world.

Trisha Lambi | Visual Artist


Website: www.trishalambi.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/trishalambi

Email: trishalambi@trishalambi.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/trishalambiart


Public Art


2023 | Wall of History, Charters Towers, 60m long by 7m high


Artist Residencies


2022 | Artist in Residence, International Women’s Day Corporate Art Exhibition, Brisbane, Australia

2021 | Artist in Residence, Condamine Country Art and Open Studio Trail, Warwick, Australia

2019 | Artspace Gites, Fontaine-Daniel, France

2018 | Lakkos Artist Residency, Heraklion, Crete


Awards


2020 | 6th Place, Human Figure Category, American Art Awards

2020 | Merit Award, Shades of Red, Curated by Camelback Gallery

2012 | Zone Winner, London Olympics 2012 Art Show, JL Gallery London

2009 | Winner, $5000 Acquisitive Warwick Art Prize, Warwick, QLD

2006 | First Prize, Just Nudes Exhibition, Ipswich, QLD

2005 | People's Choice Award, Regional Art Awards, Toowoomba


Selected Exhibitions


2024 | Finalist, Australian Street Art Awards for Wall of History Mosaic Mural

2023 | Finalist, Clayton Utz Prize

2023 | Finalist, Kennedy Prize

2022 | Finalist, International Guild of Realism Fall Salon Exhibition

2021 | Making A Splash, Janet Rady Fine Art, London/Dubai

2020 | Finalist, Wyndham Art Prize

2019 | Artworks featured on The Block TV Series

2018 | Semi-Finalist, Artbox Project New York

2017 | Finalist, Hornsby Art Prize, Sydney, NSW

2017 | Underbelly Group Show, Dab Art Gallery, Ventura, CA, USA

2016 | Finalist, NAB Flanagan's Art Prize, Geelong, Vic

2015 | Modern Masters, Tarttalks, New York, USA

2013 | Best Picks for Painting, Dubai International Emerging Artist Award, UAE

2013 | Finalist, Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Awards, Brisbane, Qld

2012 | Finalist, ART Taipei

2009 | Finalist, She Who Discovers, Walker St Gallery, Dandenong, Vic

2008 | Au Naturel - The Nude in the 21st Century, Oregon, USA

2007 & 2006 | Guangzhou International Art Fair, Guangzhou, China

2005 | Group Show, Galerie Faerber, Ahrensburg, Germany

2004 | Lighting the Body, Soda Gallery, Avalon, Sydney, NSW

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