Larry White

'Cannibal Tao Series' #12012 | 29x17x11 mixed-media | 183.15.02

"I like to think of art as a place of convergence, where the intuitive thoughtfulness, and creative energy of the maker merges with the personal history and psyche of the observer. I believe this interaction is catalytic in the evolution of culture, mind and spirit."

Larry White’s art career has spanned nearly 45 years. Although primarily known as a craftsman working with Sam Maloof for 27 years, he’s also exhibited work in other media, including ceramic sculpture, drawing, painting and mixed media. He has taught at two California Universities and held summer classes at Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass Village, Co. Since retiring from Sam Maloof Woodworker, Inc. in Alta Loma CA, he maintains a ceramic studio in The Packing Plant, Pomona, CA and a mixed media studio in Desert Hot Springs, Ca.

photo by: Gene Sasse
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