Artist Spotlight: Local's work 'runs the gamut'

Published: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 08:13 AM.

When you’re painting, time doesn’t exist, according to local artist Bryan Geoffrey Lamb.

“His work runs the gamut from contemporary to impressionistic and everything in between,” Lamb’s wife said.

The Destin man said he mostly paints with oil but uses some acrylic, working with brushes and a palate knife. He lists influences from Rembrandt to Van Gogh and Monet.

“I’m all over the board,” Lamb said laughing.

View Bryan Lamb's photo gallery >> here.

The self-taught artist has been painting since fifth grade, taking every art class available to him. He even taught younger students while in high school. A Detroit-native, Lamb accepted an art scholarship to Henry Ford Community College.

Since his school days, Lamb said he has preferred to spend his Saturdays creating art.

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