Larry uses a variety of brushes, knives, scrapers, sponges to apply 3D acrylic paint onto a variety of surfaces, including canvas and driftwood.
His many achievements include serving as a Headteacher of Easington school for twenty four years, being thrown out of the Royal Academy Art of School, being appointed as the official Wine Taster to the House of Lancaster, producing over fifty programmes on BBC Radio Humberside, writing four books and holding solo exhibitions in galleries in the UK and the United States of America.
In 2016 Larry worked and exhibited in the newly renovated Spurn Lighthouse, as Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s artist in residence. Whilst there, he captured the wildly changing moods and history of this unique peninsula in paint and sculpture, partly using the words and songs of local folk singers as an added stimulus.
To contact Larry and find out more about his work or how to purchase please contact larrymalkin