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Larry Gray - Image gallery

Larry Gray
b. 1944
We are honored to represent the evocative large scale landscapes of Larry Gray exclusively in the Triangle. Gray studied at the University of Georgia and Yale University before becoming a professor at Humboldt State University in California. Larry has been exhibiting his work professionally since 1967 after graduating from Yale University.
Larry Gray has made a name as a nationally recognized painter with almost 60 solo exhibitions across the country, from Seattle to San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta. Gray moved to Pisgah Forest in 1997.

Working with oil on canvas and powdered pigment on paper Gray creates luminous landscapes with atmospheres that deal with time, light, and space. The magic of a Larry Gray painting is that he captures light coming from behind the canvas giving his work a luminous quality that creates its own light.

Larry Grays work and life reflect a reverence for the natural world, especially the Southern Highlands where he makes his home.

Gray's work is in numerous public collections including The Oakland Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Santa Barbara Museum of Art The Phoenix Museum of Art, The Seattle Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art New York and The Art Institute of Chicago

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Little Gods 64x64

Little Gods 64x64

Big Basin Lights 42x64

Big Basin Lights 42x64

Passing Thru 41” x 63”

Passing Thru 41” x 63”

Snow Falling on Aleutians 37x63 (sold)

Snow Falling on Aleutians 37x63 (sold)

Third Light 39x51 (sold)

Third Light 39x51 (sold)

Time Lapse 35x63 (sold)

Time Lapse 35x63 (sold)

Arrigetch Wake 61x63 (sold)

Arrigetch Wake 61x63 (sold)

Astonished 63x60 (sold)

Astonished 63x60 (sold)

Moon Smoke 42" x 63" (sold)

Moon Smoke 42" x 63" (sold)