With the annual South Granville Art Walk taking place this Saturday, June 20th, we are excited to have partnered with local photographer, Larry Wolfson, to showcase his latest and frankly, stunning collection. Read on to learn about Larry and his unique work.
Wolfson’s straight photographic style presents a dispassionate investigation of structures and spaces. His objective imagery further depicts the grand pause, the moment before change arrives, exploring scenes on the cusp of transition. While mostly devoid of human presence, the images instead narrate the unseen interactions of people with place, of photographer and community – adeptly employing the aesthetic of documentary to his survey of life’s ordinary activities.
Born in Winnipeg, Larry came to Vancouver as an infant in 1948. He holds a PhD in Educational Studies and has been actively engaged with photography for four decades. Now retired, Larry is pursuing his art full time and traveling to destinations such as Asia, Iceland and continental Europe.
Larry’s photographs will be available for viewing and purchase at
Industrial Revolution for a limited time.