Mixed medium mural and canvas artist, Sean P. Lambert lives and works in Portland, Oregon. He has been building community with art projects and collaborations with other artists. His colorful abstract paintings with wild explosions of shapes and lines give it movement and play that keep your mind attentive and active. It's no wonder he advises that art is good for your brain. Some of his Portland claims to fame have been to win the 2018 Nike BIKETOWN Design Challenge, in which bikes were custom wrapped with Lambert’s artwork and to have a series of murals, enlivening boarded-up storefronts, featured in the Willamette Week’s coverage of the Portland Street Art scene during the pandemic in May 2020.
Tell us briefly about your art:
Although I'm best known for myabstract renderings on paper and canvas, utilizing a bright color palette in a variety of mediums, My dedication to color, form and balance is a fresh and vibrant take on contemporary creativity. Unafraid to mashup imagery with my more familiar milieu, my explorative nature comes full circle in a variety of pieces wherein the viewer can interpret the ranging lines and shapes as recognizable pieces of a larger continuous whole. With donations of my work over the last year raising in excess of $15,000 for such organizations as Cascade AIDS Project, Our House of Portland, Camp Fire Columbia, Don’t Shoot PDX, Beyond Black CDC, Equal Justice Initiative and others, I readily contributes to efforts that recognize the importance of the arts in combating the negative forces impacting our most vulnerable communities.
What is your main medium of art?
Primarily mixed media on paper and canvas, silk screen printing and murals.
What are your website and links?
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