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Printmaker, paperwork and mixed-media artist, and teacher, who attended Glasgow School of Art, 1969–73; did postgraduate studies in printmaking at Manchester Polytechnic, 1973–4; then studied stone lithography at Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford, 1976. After lecturing in etching in Glasgow, from 1978 taught printmaking, drawing and painting at Edinburgh College of Art. She won many awards, including several from Scottish Arts Council, and took part in a string of international print biennales and art fairs. Mixed shows included New Scottish Prints Tour in New York, 1983; The Mini Print Competition in Cadaques, Spain, 1984; and Amsterdam, Culture City Prints, 1987. Had a solo show at Glasgow School of Art, 1974, later ones including Compass Gallery, Glasgow, 1992, where Lamb’s interest in ancient civilisations was evident.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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