MCG alumnus Emily Noelle Lambert was recently featured on the Art In America website:
Pittsburgh-born, New York-based Lambert, who is 37, had about 48 hours to improvise materials for a sculpture. She makes her large, polychrome assemblage sculptures from found objects, mostly pieces of wood, that usually take years to gather.
“The materials come from places as various as Pittsburgh, where she’s from, to San Miguel de Allende, where her father has a home,” according to Lauren Scott Miller, Lu Magnus cofounder, who spoke to A.i.A. at the fair.