Larry grew up in the mountains of
Colorado and Montana. He has
participated in major art shows
throughout the country since 1987, and
he has won numerous awards for
sculpture as he has traveled. These
would include Best of Show at Trails
West Show in 1992 and 1993, Best of
Show Bronze at Silver State Art
Exhibition in Las Vegas in 1993,
People's Choice Award at Northwest
Territorial Art Show in 1993, People's
Choice at the Puyallup Fine Arts
Exhibition in 1993, People's Choice for
Bronze at Safari Club International in
Chicago in 1994, People's Choice for
Larry shown with a wolverine during research for a bronze. There
were eighteen fully grown adults in the pen with him.
sculpture at the Silver State Art Exhibition in Las Vegas in 1994, and People's Choice Overall
at the 25th annual National Western Art Show and Auction in Ellensburg, WA in 1997. Larry
has also received the Best of Show Sculpture award at the Celebration of Western Art in 1997.
In 2000 he received the coveted Kinney Family Wildlife Award at the National Western Art
Show and Auction in Ellensburg, WA.
Larry has aquired collectors not only nationwide but also in Canada, Japan, Mexico and
Australia. Corporate collectors include Hewlett-Packard Corporation as well as Cannon
Corporation in Japan.
Larry was commissioned to produce the exclusive bronze of the white buffalo calf recently
born, named "Miracle," which the native Americans have been expecting for over 500 years.