Larry Brooks

15th Annual ARC Salon (2020-2021)

Larry Brooks

United States


Born in New York, Larry Brooks studied with celebrated New York artists such

as Abstract Expressionist painters Joop Sanders and Alex Minewski and Realist

painter George Wexler.

Larry’s paintings have been exhibited in a few dozen solo and group shows over

the past 30 years, including a special exhibition, Contemporary Masters, Artistic

Eden at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, and has work featured in several

private and corporate collections.

He was also selected as one of 100 artists in the United States to create a unique

work of art for a book and a prestigious exhibition: The Greatest Album Covers

That Never Were which travelled to galleries and museums across the country for

two years, beginning in Los Angeles and ending at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

in Cleveland, Ohio.

An award-winning graphic designer as well as a painter, Larry has created

countless movie posters, album covers, and book designs.

Larry is a longtime member of the Oil Painters of America and is an

Artist Member of The California Art Club, exhibiting in many of the club’s annual

Gold Medal exhibitions.

He currently works and lives in Pasadena, California.

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