Larry Asaro

My photographic vision draws from an education and career in design and architecture; instruction and practice that emphasized line, form, pattern and spatial relationships articulated with color light and shadow.

After years illustrating designs with pen and pencil, I have now turned to the camera as my tool for creative expression.

Influenced by a childhood spent exploring and utilizing nearby industrial sites as playgrounds, I developed a special affinity with worn out , aging machinery and objects that I now abstract, often imposing a skewed perspective on them which I call “Peripherality”:  a dynamic tension between corner-of-the-eye and center, between abstract and reality and between familiar and foreign.  I call this approach a left handed view.




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