Hangzhou (#2), 2009
Photograph (c) Laurie Lambrecht

Hangzhou Koi, 2009
Photograph (c) Laurie Lambrecht

Hangzhou Pond, 2009
Photograph (c) Laurie Lambrecht

These places are something I am curious about - to be experienced. A lot of these pictures have to do with relationships formed in my mind and known from art history or painting from China... At the same time, there were unexpected things, aspects that provided an intimate relationship with my experience of these places. - Laurie Lambrecht on China, 2009 

"Of her experience photographing in China in 2009, Ms. Lambrecht states, "...the thousands of years of visual artistry and poetry that preceded these scenes. I wanted to feel that landscape for myself that others had interpreted for eons, with some sense of feel for a newer time frame. How we perceive time is a real cultural difference."

"While Ms. Lambrecht is best known for her extended portraits of artists, particularly her work with Roy Lichtenstein in the early 1990s (Roy Lichtenstein in His Studio, The Monacelli Press, 2011) she has applied the same dedication to her landscape work for over 25 years."–Rick Wester Gallery

September 20 - November 3

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