Born in 1946 in San Diego, California, Larry Hulst is a loyal participant in the concert scene. His collection of nearly 3,000 black and white negatives have framed influential musicians spanning five decades of rock history. The hallmark of Hulst’s instantly recognizable work is the authentic ability to depict the raw energy and emotion of the concert experience. The only prop he ever needed was the stage. “I never wanted to go backstage,” Hulst states, “I want to be where the action is. After all, the ‘show’ is projected out onto the audience. I want to be in the audience.”
Join us at the 3rd Friday Reception November 19, 2021 from 4-7 p.m. to meet Larry and hear some of the dynamic stories that fit with each image. The collection on display showcases 24 unique images including David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, John Lee Hooker, Jerry Garcia and many more. Larry’s work will be on display through December.