William Lambert has spent a lifetime drawing and painting. His passion for art and the spiritual has drawn him to study traditional Asian painting, impressionism, nature art, the cultures of South America and native wisdom in the U.S. He studied with the legendary artist John Pike, apprenticed in Old Master's technique and graduated from the Museum School of Fine Arts. He has studied the Atelier system with John Terelak at Gloucester Academy of Art. Course study, Zen Buddhist painting at Zen Mountain Monastery, Mt. Temper, NY., with John Daido Loori Roshi. Bill has taught at Taos Institute of Art, Fletcher Farm Arts School, Heartwood College of Art summer program in Maine and Naropa University continuing studies program, Boulder, CO. Bill was featured in American Artist Magazine 'Watercolor Ed.'in 1996. He created and taught painting workshops for mentally and physically challenged adults in their communities in the Boston area. He exhibits in galleries in Boston and Maine.