Ste-by-step virtual photo tour of Lynda McKinney Lambert’s River Road Studio. Today, she shares how she plans a project and how it begins. Encrusted Bead Work takes weeks or months to make – patience is the key ingredient to success. Lynda has profound sight loss – only 8/200 acuity – her work is created with the help of an Acrobat CCTV. She cannot see the colors or tiny beads, needles and threads she is using. Before her sight loss she worked in painting for many years. She has transformed her ability to paint with brushed, into the unbelievable tiny and precise materials that she works with these days. She is an award winning artist and author who lives in the Village of Wurtemburg, in western PA. Her work has been exhibited world-wide in Europe, Japan, New Guinea and across the US.Continue reading →
Pennsylvania artist & author, Lynda McKinney Lambert, continues her virtual walking tours of her studio. This week, she shares a project she is working on in her fiber studio. Lynda’s fiber art and paintings have been in exhibitions world-wide, in personal and private collections, and in museum collections. She is a retired professor of fine arts and humanities, Geneva College, in western PA. Lynda has four books on Amazon currently. Her writings include poems, and thoughtful personal essays and non-fiction stories. Today she shows you the first 2 steps that she begins when she makes a work of fiber art. Illustrations – photos – and more.Continue reading →
Pennsylvania artist and author, Lynda McKinney Lambert gives visitors a BONUS today.
Australian author, Maribel Steel, has published a new interview on Vision Aware. Lynda shares her views on making art and writing books, as a person who has profound sight loss. Be inspired and please share this interview with your friends on Social Media.