Laurie Lambrecht

Biography
Laurie Lambrecht, a native of Bridgehampton, is a visual artist working in photography and fiber. She has had numerous solo exhibitions in the US and abroad. Her photographs are in the collection of museums including the National Gallery of Art, Portland Art Museum, and the Parrish Art Museum. In the early 1990’s she worked as administrative assistant to Roy Lichtenstein simultaneously photographing the artist and his process. “Roy Lichtenstein in His Studio” the monograph of her project was published by Monacelli Press in 2011. She has worked with theatre artist Robert Wilson at the Watermill Center intermittently since 1993. From 2012­-2014 Lambrecht photographed a documentary project of the Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva,Florida. Laurie’s own work is an observation of the natural world especially of trees and vegetation. In autumn of 2019, Laurie was a Road Show artist of the Parrish Museum and presented an outdoor installation at Madoo Garden Conservancy. Recently Lambrecht has been a fellow at artist residencies including: Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Watermill Center, and Rauschenberg Residency. In 2013, she taught students in Medellin, Colombia in the program Literacy through Photography. Recently she has taught hand weaving to incarcerated women at the Riverhead County jail in a program in association with the Parrish Museum. She has given talks about her work at The National Gallery of Art, The Morgan Library, and The Art Institute of Chicago among other venues.