Residing and creating in Brooklyn, New York, Taliah Lempert is a visual artist whose journey seamlessly intertwines her passion for painting and cycling. Her artistic education includes studies at the New York Academy of Art and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
For over a quarter-century, Lempert's artistic focus has been on portraying bicycles through the lens of observation, often borrowing them from friends, colleagues, or for commissioned projects. Notable pieces include depictions of renowned cyclists iconic bikes, such as Connie Carpenter’s 1984 Olympic win road bike and Greg LeMond’s 1990 Tour de France-winning LeMond road bike.
Lempert's work resonates with both the cycling and art communities, earning her exhibitions in esteemed galleries and alternative spaces globally, including Apex Art in NY, Elk Gallery in Brooklyn, and the City Reliquary in Brooklyn. Her creative influence extends beyond traditional canvases, with original cycling imagery being licensed for limited edition prints, calendars, jigsaw puzzles, postcards, and coloring books. Since 2005, she has been a regular vendor at street fairs and flea markets in NYC, including the Brooklyn Flea.
In addition to her independent ventures, Lempert collaborates with various clients. Including past projects with The NYC DOT Urban Arts Program, The Museum of Modern Art Design Store, Legami, Heye, Anthropologie and Fishs Eddy. Taliah Lempert's artistic journey is a vibrant intersection of cycling culture and visual expression, captivating audiences worldwide.