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Columbia, Tennesse, b. 1944

Larry Gray studied at Yale University and The University of Georgia. Gray's work has been exhibited in nearly 60 solo exhibitions across the country.

Gray uses oil on canvas as well as powdered pigment on paper to create luminous landscapes with atmospheres that deal with time, light, and space. His work reflects a profound reverence for the natural world.

Gray's work can be found in collections around the world including, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Oakland Museum of Art; Brooklyn Museum; Phoenix Museum of Art; Seattle Museum of Art; The Art Institute of Chicago; Achenbach Foundation; Alston & Bird LLP.

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Snow Creek to Theta, oil on canvas, 63 x 50, LAG 1133


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