Chambers finds herself most attracted to plant life that would ordinarily go unnoticed.
With intense observation, Chambers is able to untangle detail from the most complex of visual challenges. Painting from direct observation, mostly 'en plein air', sitting at ground level, she gains a unique perspective, almost an insect eye view, of the world. She invites the viewer to sit where she sits, and enjoy the quiet observation of nature. Notes are often added to paintings, giving her work a personal, sketchbook quality, adding to the viewers sense of being present.
Chamber’s work can be found at a number of galleries; The Bakery on Portobello Road, The Bankside Gallery, The Wey Gallery and each year at the Wimbledon Art Fair. In 2022, Chambers was selected to exhibit at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and was also elected an Associate Member of the Royal Watercolour Society.