On view January 28 – February 24, 2006
Known for addressing a wide range of artistic practices while rooted in the art of the idea and concept, Larkin Higgins has created and exhibited a broad spectrum of media over the years. This selection of paintings, installation and mixed media embodies wit alongside cultural concerns and observations.
Higgins’ artwork has been published and/or reviewed in the Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Artweek, L.A. Weekly, Center Quarterly (New York), Antiques & The Arts Weekly (New York), U-Turn Art Journal and Genre, among others. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Armand Hammer Museum/Grunwald Collection, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, California Museum of Photography, Erie Art Museum, Special Collections/UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library and others. Her poetry has also been anthologized in many publications.
Higgins is a professor of art at California Lutheran University. She received her MFA from Otis College of Art and Design.