78 ARTIST SHOWCASE Larry Graeber
Samurai, 2017 cardboard, wood, wire and paint, 73 x 45 x 30 cm
Pink Shower, 2017 cardboard, nylon, MDF and paint, 49 x 30 x 14 cm
aving studied many artistic disciplines throughout his career including painting and works on paper, sculpture has been a predominant practice for Larry Graeber since his college days, working with carved stone, fabricated steel and wax models for bronze.
are running themes through the artist’s works as he strives to create resolute and coherent artefacts which are intuitively accessible for the viewer.
His current sculpture work is an amalgam of what he refers to as ‘studio debris’, with materials such as wood, corrugated boxes and wire coming together to form items that evoke slightly understood messaging. The phenomena of shared encounters and ideas of approximations
Based in Texas and creating work from studios in San Antonio and Marfa, Graeber has had many solo and group shows since the early 70's across Texas and the United States.
Published on Nov 30, 2017
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