29 October 2020

by st-Art

Anna Lambert: Only Animals

This article was originally published on Hue & Eye.

Born and raised in Amsterdam, Anna Lambert is one of the few real Amsterdammers still living and working in the city. As both her parents were architects, she grew up in a creative environment. Since her childhood, together with her twin sister, their parents would let them color, paint, and mess around with arts and crafts.

These memories are still vivid in her mind, like when she was 8 years old and went to the Artist Atelier at the Amsterdam Zoo and fell in love with drawing animals. Despite this, her path to reach a creative career got deeper throughout the years.

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