Sandy Lamb is a textile artist from Montreal, Canada. His practice focuses primarily on weft faced flatwoven tapestries and natural dyeing. Using wool sourced from Canada, natural dyestuffs from around the world, and a simple old maple 4 shaft Leclerc handloom, his works harmonize the best and natural elements of each. His work has been highlighted by publications important within the weaving community including the Guild of Canadian Weavers, VAV Magasinet, Warp & Weft, and the Globe and Mail. His work has been recently included in a spring 2023 auction by and in support of the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montreal, and in a fall exhibition titled “Artisanat Industriel” at the Centre de Design de l’UQAM in Montreal, a show highlighting 30 designers and artists from across Canada. He has a March 2024 show upcoming at Craft Ontario in Toronto, Ontario with Swedish weaver Miriam Parkman, and takes private and commercial commissions.