Larry Madrigal is a Phoenix-Based Mexican American figurative painter exploring the historical genre of portraiture. He is a 2017 recipient of The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant, a reputable international award for visual artists.
His work has been exhibited in the Phoenix Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, and international juried exhibitions across the country. He lives and works in Peoria, Arizona with his wife Melinda, while pursuing his MFA at Arizona State University.
“I am interested in how pigmented goo can convey my internal world through the eyes of different people.”
Jul 26, 2017