American contemporary artist and photographer Tina Louise Lambert uses her own acrylic pouring techniques to create one-of-a-kind pieces that each tell their own story using a variety of colors, hues and tones. Starting with a blank canvas or wood substrate, she applies a fresh coat of gesso and begins mixing her paints ‒ always an odd number of colors ‒ to strike the right balance for each piece. Using a tilt table, movements, and pouring, she then distorts the flow of the paint to create patterns and textures that will emerge after she heats up the final painting to get rid of the air bubbles before drying. Characteristics such as subtle fissure, bubbles, and flow ribbons contribute to the uniqueness of each final art piece. Inspired by her love of life, being able to create for and give to others brings Lambert genuine joy.
Lambert lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and works as an interior designer for her family business. Additionally, she runs her own art studio and produces paintings as well as her wearable art pieces known as ARTibles. She graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in marketing and business management.