Dallas Cattle Barons Ball
Dallas Jewel Charity Ball
Kappa Kappa Gamma Tablescapes
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Irving Healthcare Texas Fest
Friends of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Dallas Junior League
Episcopal School of Dallas
St. Lukes Catholic School
Waco Cattle Barons Ball
"I take my inspiration from traveling throughout the US and Europe. I like to pour over old black and white photographs that give a sense of age and mystery.
My work follows in the footsteps of the Giacometti brothers and the Lalannes. I love the feel of metal - of taking something so tough and turning it into something organic and delicate, like nests, where life is born and flourishes, or trees that wind and curve up to the sky."
Given his big break by Forty Five Ten, one of the country’s leading stores in haute fashion and home decor, he was soon being commissioned to produce custom furnishings for top design firms in Dallas including: Charlotte Comer Interiors, Inc., Mary Anne Smiley, Gensler, Bobbitt & Company, Linda Fritschy Interiors and Moore Design Group. His work can be found in the George Bush Presidential Center, Hunt Oil Headquarters, Devon Energy Headquarters, Reunion Tower, Sheraton Dallas, Sheraton McKinney, San Saba River Nature Park, and Exxon Mobile Campus as well as many homes throughout the US.
Recently, Larry was honored with the 2017 “Artist/Craftsman of the Year” award from AIA Dallas. This distinguished award “recognizes craftsman and artisans within the Dallas area whose talent, technique, diligence and creative insight makes great architecture possible.”
In 2016, Larry was commissioned to design and fabricate ten Juliet railings at the new four story building in downtown Dallas, Forty Five Ten. These railings are the focal point to the building.
He has been featured in magazines such as, Veranda, Paper City – Dallas, DHome, Dallas Design Guide and much more. Larry prides himself in personal service and giving his clients one of a kind works of art they will cherish for a lifetime.