Of the hundreds of paintings produced by self- taught Seattle-born artist Larry John Palsson, many were painted on ordinary housahold material — from frozen food cartons, cereal boxes, car brochures, grocery store paper bags and more. The paintings featured here are examples of the artist’s resourcefulness, innate sense of color and conceptural dexterity with geomtric forms.
NOTES: All of Larry’s paintings are untitled. The one-word descriptions below are simply for reference. Each painting is professionally matted and framed.
(Daisies) Acrylic on 1988 Lincoln Continental Brochure.10″ x 10″. $1950
(Mask) Acrylic on Cherios Box. 8.5 x 12.5. SOLD
(Needles) Acrylic on Paper. 8″ x 8″. $2100
(Spiral) Acrylic on Hostess Cup Cakes Box. 5.75 x 9.75. $2100
(Rivers) Acrylic on Department Store Box. 10.5 x 10.5. $2400
(Hand) Acrylic on Frozen Pizza Box. 11″ x 11″. $2200
(Rosette) Acrylic on Paper. 8.5″ x 11.5″. $1800
(Ladder) Mixed Media on Rice Crispies Box. 7.25″ x 11.25″. SOLD
(Orb) Acrylic on Paper. 8.5″ x 11″. $1800
(GeoScape) Acrylic on Grocery Store Bag. 9.75″ x 11.5″. SOLD