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Larry C. Wade

Larry Clarence Wade (1938-), of Fillmore and Bountiful, Utah, is a noted artist who paints traditional color-impressionist landscapes. Specializing in rural farm scenes, he studied with Dan and Ken Baxter, and is known for his plein-air oils.

Biography courtesy Artists of Utah.

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Olpin, Robert S.,William C. Seifrit, and Vern G. Swanson. Artists of Utah. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs Smith Publisher, 1999.


Newspaper Articles

“Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, 22 September 2002.

“Utah Marquee: Visual Arts.” The Salt Lake Tribune, 28 June 1996.

“Gallery is an Oasis for Utah Artists from Bronzes to Oils, Head to California for State Art.” The Salt Lake Tribune, 22 May 1994.

“S.L. event to Mix Paris, Health.” The Deseret News, 11 April 2004.

“Coming Up: Visual Art.” The Salt Lake Tribune, 8 March 1998.

“ Utah Marquee: Visual Arts.” The Salt Lake Tribune, 25 October 1996.

“Showing at Local Galleries.” The Deseret News, 10 August 2003.

“A Celebration of Art & Soup.” The Deseret News, 20 April 2003.

“Artwork a Visual Treat at Fair.” The Deseret News, 1 September 2002.

“Participating Artists.” The Deseret News, 31 March 2002.

“Artists Showing in Homage to Dixon.” The Deseret News, 25 November 2001.

“Original Art Available During Parade of Homes.” The Deseret News, 25 July 2001.

“Showing at Local Galleries.” The Deseret News, 1 October 2000.

“Showing at Local Galleries.” The Deseret News, 16 January 2000.

“Showing at Local Galleries.” The Deseret News, 27 December 1998.

“Artistic Showings Planned in S.L. Friday and Saturday.” The Deseret News, 23 October 1997.

“Art Auction Oct. 23 in Provo To Benefit Patients of Utah County IHC Hospitals.” The Deseret News, 14 October 1996.

“Art Canvass.” The Deseret News, June 4, 1995.

“Some Galleries Don't Take A Holiday From Serious Art.” The Deseret News, November 28, 1993.

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