Meet the Artists
Meet three local artists inspired by the natural world.
Sponsored by the Women’s Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, this program features three local artists. Natalie Abrams, Kay Jackson, and Amy Lamb will discuss their works engaging with the natural world.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Multi-media artist and ceramicist Natalie Abrams creates works that focus on a harmony of structured form and color. Her designs are very geometrical and applied to beautiful place settings. Abrams taught Art History at Georgetown and Loyola Universities.
Kay Jackson works in a variety of mediums; most recently she used age-old gilding technique for a series of wooden boxes. Her work is found in the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s collection and through the Art in Embassies program.
Photographer Amy Lamb creates close-up images of flowers and fruit, which illuminate their splendor and create a dialogue between the viewer and nature. Her work is held in museum collections including NMWA, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and the American Museum of American History.