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Angel Study
Larry Johnson
Angel Study, 2012
Cast Bronze
14 in x 27.5 in

Larry uncovers organic lyrical forms, symbolic of movement and wing-like angelic images…

On display at the Herrington Inn & Spa lobby and available for purchase, proceeds benefit the 
Geneva Cultural Arts Commission’s Eat Your Art Out!

Purchase Angel Study!

GCAC/EYAO! Angel Study, Value for Purchase $3,200 

GCAC/EYAO! Angel Study, Reserve Price for 2014 Event Attendees $2,400


Longtime Geneva resident, Larry Johnson developed an interest in sculpture inspired by his teacher Rev. Joseph Heyd, O.S.B. at St. Bede Academy. In the Fine Arts program at Fontbonne College in St. Louis, Larry served as the studio assistant to Rudolph Torrini, a nationally known figurative sculptor, and as a student of Ivan Mestrovic. In graduate studies at the University of Chicago, Larry studied with Virginio Ferrari, an internationally known sculptor, and Harold Rosenberg, a noted New York art critic and author. His graduate studies culminated with a MFA in sculpture. Larry's early works, primarily figurative, are found in the collections of the Archbishop of Toronto, Southern Illinois University Museum, St. Mark's Parish, Peoria, Chase Bank, Mercy Hospital, Holy Guardian Angel Church and numerous private collections. Larry's works provide abstract glimpses into evidences of life on many levels, including organic lyrical forms symbolic of movement and wing-like, angelic images. He works within a panel format modeling clay and drawing, as if to create a painting in relief. The pieces are later molded and cast into bronze. Larry also sculpts portraits and figurative works upon commission.
Value $3,200

Generously donated by Larry Johnson of LK Johnson Studio, Geneva.

Next event scheduled for March 7, 2015


Eat Your Art Out logoThank you everyone who helped make this event a success! Seeing EYAO! 2014 come to fruition was an extraordinary experience...so many talented and generous hands made the event possible. The Geneva Cultural Arts Commission deeply appreciates the support from artists, sponsors, and guests and is already looking forward to next year.  SAVE THE DATE - MARCH 7, 2015!

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Event proceeds benefit the Geneva Cultural Arts Commission, creating diverse cultural art experiences for the community.

Event sponsored by Fox Valley Values