Spanning three decades Coral Lambert's approach to making sculpture is extensive in her response to site, process and material. Her work explores forces of nature and seeks to address darker issues related to earth’s resources such as contamination and mining. Working with fire to melt and cast metal can be challenging, unpredictable and arduous with spontaneous and uncontrolled results. It is precisely the scars that result from this particular way of making that interest her, as they portentously echo those made upon our earth. Her studio whether it be a field or a foundry becomes her laboratory where she examines the union of concept and the transformation of materials with processes that parallel and speed up the work of mother nature. Her work allows us to contemplate the wonderment of creation itself.