Naomi Chambers is a painter and assemblage sculptor born in Pittsburgh in 1987. After receiving an undergraduate degree in Studio Arts and Marketing, she took the leap to be a full time artist and had her first solo show in January 2013. In 2017, she worked with a collective of artists to open FlowerHouse, a community art studio and creative space in Wilkinsburg offering workshops and classes to the predominantly black community. In 2017, she was also awarded the Investing In Professional Artist grant from the Heinz Endowment and Pittsburgh Foundation. In 2018, she had her first solo exhibition, titled “Communal Futures,” at an arts institution, the August Wilson Center: African American Cultural Center. She is currently Community Liaison of Alisha Wormsley’s Sibyls Shrine, a residency for creative mamas.