My Bio

I am Galina Lampert, a freelance Artist and a member of The Art Students League of New York, the former member of The National Association of Women Artists and the Long Beach Art League. I live on Long Island, in Syosset, a place surrounded by beautiful nature with amazing sunsets, pure air and friendly neighbors. The Oyster Bay and Long Beach environment provides inspiration to me for many creative and artistic projects. I often include scenes from the neighborhood when painting and designing with digital imagery & photography. I studied Graphic Design at the School of Visual Art and Fashion Institute of Technology.

As a member of AQA, the Alliance of Queens Artists, and a photographer, I participated in a number of exhibits, including those at the Great Neck Public Library, Fleet Bank, and Queens Mall during the period 1999-2001. Since 2004 I have been attending oil painting and Mixed Media classes and participating in art shows at The Art Students League of New York. From 2002 through 2013, I exhibited my works at City Island Art Galleries; Freeport Recreational Center; The Long Island Museum of Art, History and Carriages; The Art Guild of Port Washington; the 8th Annual NOHO NY Art Walk; and Manhattan Borough President’s Office; Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery at the Lafayette Street, Gensler Offices (Rockefeller Center). In April 2013 I participated in the Benefit for Homeless from ASL.

My oil paintings have been shown at Long Island public libraries including Jericho, Hewlett-Woodmere, Levittown, Shelter Rock, Manhasset, Rockville Centre, Baldwin, Mineola, Bellmore, Freeport, Merrick, Wantagh, East Meadow, Oceanside, Seaford. In 2013/2015 I had 2 exhibits in Sip This Cafe, Valley Stream. Nine of my photos have been published in the 2010-2015 calendars of the Town of Hempstead. In 2014 I have been accepted into the 40th Annual Town of Oyster Bay Rotational Art Exhibit Program.

My goal is to create artworks that inspire feelings of happiness, calmness and balance. While painting I see objects as a part of my being. Each composition conveys my vision of the beauty of nature. My art means to me a world filled with light and bright colors. Through the window of nature I share my impressions - expressed in oil paintings
, mixed media and photography.

Past - 2011, Present & Scheduled Shows for 2018

Group Show: Contemplating Still Life

The Art Guild, Port Washington

February 19, 2011-March 20, 2011
Eight Annual NOHO NY ArtWalk Show
Participating stores at Broadway, between W4 St and E Houston St.
April 6 - April 20, 2011
Welcome to Spring
East Meadow Public Library
May 2011
Spring meets Summer
Great Neck Library
June 2011
Summer in Bloom
Freeport Recreational Center
July - August 2011
Farewell to Summer and Welcome to Autumn
Uniondale Public Library
October 2011

Autumn Meets Winter

Oceanside Public Library
Nov./ Dec. 2011
Group Show for new members

National Association of Women Artists, Inc.

November 2011
Group Show -" Joy "
Grace Institute, NY
Dec.1- Jan.13 2011/2012
Still Life Show
Hewlett-Woodmere Library
The Beauty of Autumn and Winter
Rockville Centre Public Library
December 2012

My Spring and Summer Impressions

Shelter Rock Public Library
May/June 2013
Group Show: "Let's Go to the Beach!"
The Long Island Museum of American Art, Stony Brook
August 2013
My Summer and Autumn Impressions
Sip This Cafe, Valley Stream
October 2013

My Autumn and Winter Impressions

Hendrickson Public Library, Valley Stream
December 2013
Rotational Art Exhibit Program,Town of Oyster Bay
Town of Oyster Bay
Jan. 2014 - Nov. 2014
Argyle Park, Babylon
May 17, 2014
Valley Stream
April 26, 2014
Long Beach
December 2014
Autumn meets Winter
Jericho Public Library
January 2015
Babylon Village Arts Council (BVAC) Rotational Arts Program
Astoria Bank
March 2015
My Spring Impressions
Sip This Cafe, Valley Stream
April 2015
My Autumn Impressions
Bellmore Public Library

Oct.-Nov. 2015

My Impressions of Winter and Spring
Magnolia Senior Center

Jan.- Febr. 2016

My Winter Impressions
Sander Rockville Senior Center
My Impressions of Spring
Shelter Rock Art Gallery 
March/April 2018