About the Artist
Carrie L. Larson, though born in Bellingham, Washington, completed her high school education in Aberdeen. In 1993 she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Whitman College in Walla Walla, where she was privileged to study art under Keiko Hara. Since then she has continued to practice her calling—most recently in a chaotic attic studio—while sending her work out to juried shows throughout the region, including venues as far away as Chicago and Denver. She recently completed a six week residency at Oregon’s Sitka Center for Art & Ecology, where she immersed herself in making new work and following new paths. In September 2013 the work germinated at Sitka will be exhibited at Grays Harbor College’s John Spellman Library gallery space.
Carrie, along with husband John, currently calls Hoquiam home. There she is quietly active in her community, and responsible for a well-loved cat, a well-worn library card, and a well-intentioned garden.
Contact: P.O. Box 244, Hoquiam, WA 98550 359 533 2799