Larry Morace is a well-known and respected San Francisco-based artist who has exhibited extensively in the Bay Area, throughout California, as well as in the Midwest, East Coast, and in Japan. He credits a wide variety of influences, including the Ashcan School and the artists Richard Diebenkorn, Alice Neel, Romare Bearden, George Bellows, and Lovis Corinth, for helping him carve out his style of representation hovering at the border of abstraction.


Morace’s signature urbanscapes of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York examine the relationship of architectural form with light and movement. His work has been included in numerous private, corporate, and public collections, and has been included in a variety of publications. Morace studied painting and fine art photography at Indiana University.