These photographs are of my workspace, gallery, and home on West 20th Street in New York City. I have enjoyed working here since 1983. Surrounded by light, space, and my beautiful plants, I feel as if I am in an Italian garden. I always have classical music playing while I'm carving. The envoirnment is so pleasing to me that I feel a million miles away from the city.
I have had many visitors and tour groups here, and they have loved the feeling of this studio. I continue to work here with great joy and enthusiasm.
Born in Riverdale, NY, Lorrie Goulet was a student at the famed Black Mountain College in the 1940s. She has had scores of solo exhibitions at museums and galleries. Her sculpture can be found in the permanent collections of museums such as Wichita Museum of Art in Kansas, National Academy of Design in New York City and the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C. In 1998, Lorrie Goulet was honored by the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D.C. with a solo exhibition titled "Fifty Years of Making Sculpture". She has had over 30 solo exhibitions at fine art galleries since 1948. Several new books about her career and her work are planned for publication in the upcoming year.