Jungle Road


Exhibition: April 16 – June 18, 2017
Gallery reception: Saturday, May 13, 4-6pm

The Center for Photography at Woodstock is pleased to present Jungle Road, a solo exhibition featuring Laurie Lambrecht. Combining her passion for meditative explorations of nature and the materiality of knit yarn from her previous career as knit wear designer, this photographic series embraces subtle play of colors and texture through contemplative studies of nature. Rich in analogy, these carefully composed images reveal subtleties that gently shift calm to energetic, pensive to dynamic. Each curve or straight line of the hanging vines carries enough gravitas to captivate our attention, shift the mood  and stimulate our imagination.

Lambrecht writes, “Being in nature for me is an emotional experience, one filled with awareness of time’s progression, triggers of memory and evidence of possibilities, past and future. I relate to a place by watching and being present. My work is a visual investigation of ecology especially the interaction of plants in the landscape.”

Lambrecht began this series in December 2012 while photographing the facilities at the Rauschenberg Artist Residency Program on Captiva Island in Florida. “In these photographs I experienced the entangled twisting vines with tactile sensation like a weaver but touched only with my eyes the scattered colors, flaring light and varying depths of vegetation.


Laurie Lambrecht is a visual artist based in Bridgehampton, NY. She is currently involved in photographic series investigating nature including Landskeins, and The Sagg Swamp. In addition to photographing, she is working with fiber to explore the tactile experience of seeing. “Roy Lichtenstein in His Studio,” the monograph of her photographic series, was published by Monacelli Press in 2011. Lambrecht photographed a documentary project for the Rauschenberg Foundation in Captiva, Florida from 2012-2014. Currently she is working on a book project with the theater director Robert Wilson at the Watermill Center. In recent years she has been a fellow at artist residencies including, VCCA, the Rauschenberg Residency and the Montello Foundation. She exhibits her work internationally and participates in photography festivals worldwide. www.LaurieLambrecht.com

Jungle Road will be on view from Saturday, April 16, 2017, through Sunday, June 18, 2017. CPW galleries are free and open to the public Wednesday – Sunday, 12 – 5pm and by appointment. CPW is located at 59 Tinker Street, Woodstock, New York 12498.


CPW invites groups and individuals to schedule tours and gallery talks.


To request high resolution images for press reproduction and interviews with the exhibition artists, contact CPW directly at (845) 679-9957.

Image Credit: Laurie Lambrecht, Jungle Road 12-12-02 (detail), pigmented inkjet print.