DETAIL : Prudence - Terence Lambert

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Monday, 8 January 2018 (All day) - Saturday, 24 February 2018 (All day)
Whole Venue: Open Monday - Saturday: 9.30am - 5pm
Exhibitions are also open to view on evenings when the venue opens for performances. Sunday opening times are from 1 hour before the performance starts.


Muse is an exhibition of Terence J Lambert's work, a collection of portraits capturing the beautiful moment of women in contemplation.


Terence tells us more about himself and his work

I am a British artist who graduated in fine art from Batley School of Art. I have received multiple awards, a scholarship and exhibited my work on numerous occasions.

My work started from a dark place, it was escapism from isolation and an expression of feelings through fantasy and imagination.  In a time of reflection and introversion, I found it a way to connect with my inner feelings and to relate to others.

I studied art and wanted to capture my own sense of realism, a blend of experiences and aspirations.  It evolved into an exploration of the true beauty found in everyday life and interwoven emotions.  Our treasured moments, motivations and fears.

I have a fascination with conflicting emotions and expressions.  The beauty in pain and fragility.  The strength found in rejection and isolation.

There is construction and deconstruction in how we relate to one another.  We have the capacity to elevate or condemn each other.  I find our range of feelings equally important to express.  The light and shade of life making us infinitely fascinating.

My work explores the human condition and is inspired by social issues, relations and interactions, from the personal to the universal.  Main themes of beauty, melancholy, isolation and anxiety run throughout my work.  Due to my life experience I like to find strength and beauty within quiet, overlooked and fragile places.




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