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"Send Me No Flowers" by Larissa Holt
Limited Edition Serigraph signed and numbered by the artist.
Size: 18" x 10"
Supplied with Certificate of Authenticity.
GALLERY LIST PRICE: $750.00
About the Artist
In the Spring of 1986 Larissa Holt and her husband decided to relocate to Monterey, CA. Upon her arrival she immediately began establishing herself as an illustrator and graphic designer. She illustrated for Monterey Life Magazine, Coast Weekly and several smaller publications.
In 1988, Holt was hired by Eyvind Earle as an assistant serigrapher for his Monterey studio. While there she had the opportunity to learn all facets of fine art serigraphy from Mr. Earle. In 1989 Holt left Earle's Studio to concentrate her energies on her own art. Larissa and her husband began their association with Chris Lewis Fine Art. She also worked with Neal Doty in the production of his fine art serigraphs.
Soon thereafter, Holt began creating and producing her own fine art serigraphs in the CLFA studio. Her first serigraph, "Island Cypress", was released in October of 1990 and was featured in many prominent national galleries - Chabot Galleries, Coast Galleries, Austin Galleries, NY Art Expo, and many more venues throughout the country.
In 1992, Larissa created, with her husband, Coast Serigraphics for Coast Galleries where they created serigraphs for the Henry Miller Centennial Collection.
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