Larry Walker: The Later Years Opening Reception

Friday August 10, 2018 06:00 pm EDT
Cost: Free-$8

Featured Image: Larry Walker, Listen (to da beat), 2008, acrylic and mixed materials on canvas, 58″ x 98″ (diptych), Collection of Birmingham Museum of Art. Larry Walker Retrospective: The Later Years consists of over 50 artworks created over the past 12 years. Walker has been just as active in the arts community, serving on boards and councils, participating in workshops and jurying exhibitions beyond his retirement. Larry has also been able to focus more time in his studio explorations, creating this most recent body of work. Though past themes and nuances are recognizable from the work presented in The Early Years exhibition, new, recurring imagery and current topics emerge. Join us for the opening reception of Larry Walker: The Later Years, on Friday, August 10th from 6-9 p.m.

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