Featured Artist: C. Larry Heald
Schack Art Center is thrilled to have the paintings of C. Larry Heald in the Schack Shop through September 2014.
Larry Heald was born December 26, 1940 in Port Huron, Michigan. He graduated from Port Huron High School in 1958. Attended two years at Albion College in Michigan, and transferred to the University of Washington, Seattle, in 1960, where he received a BA (cum laude) in 1963, an MFA in painting in 1964 and was the recipient of a National Scholarship Award to study at the Yale University Summer School of Music and Art in 1962.
Heald taught at Pennsylvania State University in 1965-66, then moved to
the Bay Area of northern California and began painting full time. He continued to exhibit in Seattle. In 1969 his work was featured at Allen Stone Gallery's "New Faces", NYC. and the "Wellington-Ivest Collection", Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and in 1970, was included in the show accompanying the introduction of John Lennon's prints at the Lee Nordness Gallery, NYC. Etc. etc. He has as been painting continually ever since and is now living and working in Skagit Valley.