An artist and teacher, is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. She is also a member of the Millennium Arts Salon in Washington, District of Columbia, DC Arts and Humanities, and the Arts Society of Trinidad and Tobago. Currently, her works are on exhibit in New Zealand. Past exhibits include the Kramer Gallery and Pyramid Art Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, Jackson Art Gallery in Washington, DC., Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington DC., and the House of Scientists in St. Petersburg, Russia. A recipient of many awards, she received her BFA and MFA from Howard University, and her MFA in Museum Studies from Syracuse University.
Cambridge initiated and curated a rooftop art exhibition at the Veridian in Silver Spring, Maryland, in order to raise funds for Haiti. Cambridge's works are in both private and public art collections such as the Latin American Museum (OAS), the Howard University Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution - Office of Folk Life Festivals, Public Management Systems in Philadelphia, PA., and the Christ Church for Better Living in Trinidad, West Indies.
The universality and beauty of God's nature, the sparkle and joy of life persistently excites me. This consciousness inspires me to observe and create paintings reminiscent of my surroundings.