Larsh K. Bristol
Larsh K. Bristol was one of the nation's premiere agriculture photographers. His work took him all over North America, Canada, and South America. His career and adventure are reflected in his photography. Larsh never met a stranger nor an enemy. His laugh was infectious, his spirit and sense of adventure were captivating. Larsh's camera was his best friend and his environment was his studio.
Since Larsh’s death in August of 2006, we have been able to delve into Larsh’s photography and have begun the process of sharing his talent, his eye for light and his spirit as only he was able to capture it through his lens.
Please click on www.larshbristol.com to view and purchase Larsh's work. Larsh’s work is extensive and new images will constantly be added to both the stock and collector sections of this web site. We hope you will continue to visit often and enjoy Larsh’s photography. Both his Collector and Stock photos are available for purchase as archival quality prints suitable for framing. Much of his work will also be made available for commercial royalty-free stock images.
Brian Andreas' StoryPeople
Agora Arts is proud to be the hometown gallery for artist and author Brian Andreas' StoryPeople.We carry all of the StoryPeople prints, books, sculptures and furniture. Matted prints are $30, books are $15 to $30 each, and sculptures and furniture range from $120 to $850. Most items can be shipped within 24 hours, but it's worth a trip just to see them all displayed in the gallery! Visit the StoryPeople website at http://www.storypeople.com/.
Carl Homstad Woodcuts and Prints
Agora Arts carries a broad selection of Carl's woodcuts, and most are available framed or mounted. prices range from $40 to $295. Visit Carl's website at http://www.carlart.com.
Larry is a graduate of Luther College in Decorah, and creates etchings and mixed media works in his studio in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. Larry's work is very collectible, and one of his baseball etchings resides in the Cooperstown Hall of Fame. Favorite themes include baseball, country roads, porches, and cats. Prices range from $45 to $750.
Visit Larry's website at http://www.weloetchings.com/.
Carol Travers Lummus
When Carol is asked to set down her thoughts in words about her work, she struggles: “It IS there… in the prints.” And so her artist's statement exists, in almost 300 editions she has produced since 1974 when she purchased her first etching press, and dipped her first copper plate into a Dutch Mordant bath. Since that time she has populated a world with a cast of compelling characters most of whom were inspired by crotchety old teachers (at least my children got lovely ones), people in the leeward Beetlecat, and from the more graceful world of yesterday.
Carol is a second generation Cape Codder, and a twelfth generation New Hampshirite. Her favorite critique of her work was from Hal La Croix of the Monadnock Ledger: “Carol's work is refreshingly devoid of self-concious artistic pretense. Her elaborate lines portray Victorians and other foppish folk that have a warmth and spirit which forms coy statements on social conventions.”
Intaglios range from $35 to $150.
Visit Carol at www.carollummus.com
Mary Ann Gloe
“Farewell, Fifth Avenue Bridge” Print of a watercolor painting by local artist Mary Ann Gloe. This historic one lane bridge was recently torn down to make room for a two-lane. Print comes in two sizessmall (app. 10x14 inches matted) is $30 and large (app. 14x22.5 inches matted) is $50. Many other prints of local attractions are available.