Larry Ricker Art Collections
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Artwork by Larry Ricker
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Lake Louise 2 by Larry Ricker
Foggy Morning on Spice Lake by Larry Ricker
Quiet Paddle by Larry Ricker
Aurora over Tofte Lake by Larry Ricker
Canoe on Lake Louise by Larry Ricker
Love in Black and White by Larry Ricker
Lake Louise by Larry Ricker
Superior Sunrise 2 by Larry Ricker
Split Rock Lighthouse at Dawn by Larry Ricker
Bull Elk Silhouette by Larry Ricker
Lighthouse and Spray by Larry Ricker
Wintry Sunset by Larry Ricker
Pair of Eagles in Autumn by Larry Ricker
Falls in the Fall by Larry Ricker
Lighthouse and Island at Dawn by Larry Ricker
Proud Parent by Larry Ricker
Pyramid Mountain Reflection 3 by Larry Ricker
Pine Siskin by Larry Ricker
Superior Sunrise by Larry Ricker
Harvest Time by Larry Ricker
Pyramid Moutain Reflection by Larry Ricker
Golden Eyes by Larry Ricker
Mill and Rhododendrons by Larry Ricker
Showy Ladyslipper by Larry Ricker
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About Larry Ricker
"Whether Canoeing, Hiking, Camping, or Snowshoeing, I enjoy being out in nature, preferably under my own power. I particularly enjoy being in wild areas of northern Minnesota. Traveling as I do allows me to experience beautiful areas that few people visit. I photograph to help preserve my memories of these special places and love sharing the beauty with others through my photographs."
Larry has been making photographs since he first received a Kodak Instamatic 126 for Christmas when in his teens. Shortly after, he graduated to 35mm, progressing through many film SLRs throughout his life. Mostly self-taught, he learned photography through books, magazines, the occasional Community Ed class, participation in photography clubs, and mostly, a lot of practice.
In 1998, at the urging of a neighbor, Larry started selling his work â€“ something he had considered doing for many years. He joined the Digital Age in 2004.
Larryâ€™s work has been published in Canoe & Kayak, The Boundary Waters Journal, Canoeroots and even Sports Illustrated magazines. It has also been featured in several camping, canoeing and Boundary Waters related books.