Thomas Lamb was born in 1978 and trained at Wimbledon School of Art. He was awarded the Sainsbury Scholarship for Painting & Sculpture at the British School at Rome (2001-2003), and the Prince of Wales Bursary for the Arts, Athens (2005) Group exhibitions include Responding to Rome
, Estorick Collection of Modern Art and Hyogo International Competition of Painting, Hyogo Museum of Art, Japan.
Thomas Lamb's work is involved with landscape, its transformation through the seasons, and our engagement with this
transformation. He creates images which deepen the viewer's sensation of reality. 'I am concerned with the visual and tactile
elements of perception and want to make paintings which envelope and engage the viewer through the use of space, light and colour'
Every picture begins with direct observation and is engaged with the process of depiction and the way in which this integrates perception,
memory, and imagination.