Maturango Museum Interview

Here’s a video of an interview they did of me at the Maturango Museum the day of my exhibition opening. Mark Pahuta filmed and edited the video, Andrea Pelcher worked behind the scene, asking me questions to which I was responding.

 

4 thoughts on “Maturango Museum Interview”

  1. A fascinating, insightful interview about your images and process, Larry. I so enjoyed it! And congratulations again on this exhibit.

  2. Larry, I watched your interview twice and am very impressed with your creativity. You are going to make me buckle down and try harder.

    I liked your comment about where ideas come from. I had someone recently ask me the same thing and all I could say is that one has to stop and take some time to really see what is in front of you.

    1. Thanks Alan, I’m glad you got something out of the interview. I must say though I’ve never noticed a lack of creativity in your work! I do think your comment about taking some time to really see what is in front of you is important. It doesn’t matter what creative tools you might have at your disposal if you don’t bother to look seriously (and think) about the potential in what’s around you.

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