Born in 1954 in Athens, where she lives and works. She graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts, where she studied under Kostas Grammatopoulos (1972–7); she went on to study at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, under Marcel Gili (1977–8). Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions, and can be found in private and public collections. She tells stories of personal mythology and experience, in an interactive path of past and present, and an iconographic state somewhere between vividness and abstraction
Landscape shows a landscape which is indistinct. In terms of colour, the base has a certain homogeneity, but, in effect, the upper part is differentiated by a linear stylisation and delimitation of spaces, with a rudimentary rendering of the building, and an equally rudimentary, allusive depiction of a figure within the building. Zamboura 'depicts' landscapes, objects, and figures by the creation of an inner, deserted space. The materiality of her stratigraphy and the suggestiveness of her compositions bring to the fore the inner rhythms of her iconography and the inward, subterranean, purely personal, vibrations of her memory.