Lori Vrba is a self-taught artist based in Hillsborough, North Carolina. With a southern sensibility for storytelling, her imagery and assemblage is rooted in themes of memory, illusion, loss, and revival.
Lori’s work is held in private and permanent collections throughout the world including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey. Vrba has curated numerous exhibitions including Tribe for the Fox Talbot Museum in 2018. Her first monograph “The Moth Wing Diaries” was published in 2015 and named one of the year’s best by American Photo Magazine.
She is recognized for her commitment to the photographic community with a long history of hosting retreats, festivals, portfolio reviews, lectures, and teaching. Her bold solo and collaborative installations have been widely regarded as groundbreaking.
Lori currently lives on a small farm with her newly retired husband and is crazy about the garden, baby goats, and chickens.