A Storied Brush | First Fridays Event with Triple-I and REACTOR Design

  • Dates: 02 – 02 May, 2014



Friday, May 2
5:00-9:00 p.m.
1817 Grand Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 6410

RSVP for this complimentary event via Eventbrite 

 


The power of AND
-- This movement is the new way of doing business in our global economy. Industries like marketing, technology, design, healthcare and fashion – to name a few – realize it’s no longer feasible to operate in silos. Rather, it’s data AND marketing; creativity AND technology; social AND business. 

With a renewed focus, Triple-I’s director of art and digital design, Ian Lambert, is leading our “power of AND” renaissance. Ian will showcase his creative talents Friday, May 2 at REACTOR Design Studio, exhibiting his collection A Storied Brush – art reimagining literature. The exhibit is a glimpse into Ian’s view of classical literary works and genres. The series, stylized though mixed media, which combines water, acrylics and graphite, bring the stories, and the characters who comprise them, to life.




About Ian Lambert

Kansas City creative Ian Lambert is an experienced artist, designer and illustrator with 15 years of experience. With an early interest in art and design, Ian received his degree in architecture from Kansas State University. His creative career quickly accelerated when he joined Triple-I to lead its digital strategy and user experience design. As Triple-I’s director of art and digital design, Ian blends creativity and technology to create and deliver digital art for Triple-I clients and associates.

Ian carries his professional experience into his personal career and lifestyle as a Kansas City artist.  He applies a holistic approach to his personal and professional creations, inspiring him to write and illustrate, craft digital and traditional mixed media pieces and explore the gift to create. 



Ian's Thoughts on the Exhibit...

"After browsing classical literary collections on bookstore shelves, I was intrigued by the boundless illustrations of characters and figures in the books. While each illustration includes a slight variation in design, the truth of the character remains consistent – strengthening the words and bringing the story to life. I was inspired to launch my own graphic series of these stories and the characters who comprised them – it’s art reimagining literature. At the conclusion of my final stroke, I understood that these characters were never to be fully realized as illustrations; rather, they can only be imagined by the artist, brought to interpreted life with each stroke of the brush." -Ian Lambert





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