Larkin Ford Art

Domestic Scene, 2013. This drawing is in the show “A Girl and a Gun: Asheville Artists Cope With Love and Death,” curated by Taiyo la Paix, at the Asheville Area Arts Council.

Domestic Scene, 2013. This drawing is in the show “A Girl and a Gun: Asheville Artists Cope With Love and Death,” curated by Taiyo la Paix, at the Asheville Area Arts Council.

The Ride Home, 2013.

The Ride Home, 2013.

Kirkton Jean’s Pub, 2013. Collection of Stuart Craig.

Kirkton Jean’s Pub, 2013. Collection of Stuart Craig.

Parasite, 2013. This painting was in the show “Thought Provoking Work by UNCA Alumni,” curated by Robert Tynes, at the Asheville Area Arts Council this September.

Crutches, 2012

Crutches, 2012

Drinker, 2012

Drinker, 2012

The Witches’ Dance, 2011

The Witches’ Dance, 2011

Horned Owl, 2009.  This is a 6” x 6” oil painting for the Portland Audubon Society’s Wild Art Project a couple years ago.

Horned Owl, 2009.  This is a 6” x 6” oil painting for the Portland Audubon Society’s Wild Art Project a couple years ago.

The Caretaker, 2011.  Another doppelgänger-based composition for the Wounded Head exhibition.  Many thanks to the lovely Hannah Doyle!

The Caretaker, 2011.  Another doppelgänger-based composition for the Wounded Head exhibition.  Many thanks to the lovely Hannah Doyle!

Tam o’ Shanter, 2011. This is a commission piece for Stuart Craig, taking inspiration from Robert Burns’ incredible 1791 poem about a Scotsman stumbling upon a Satanic mass on the way home from the pub. This drawing depicts the climax of the poem, when Tam makes a narrow getaway from the forces of darkness, reaching a bridge and escaping just as one of the witches tears off the tail of his trusty horse, Meg.  I’m currently working on another Tam drawing depicting the witches’ dance and Satan playing bagpipes!

Tam o’ Shanter, 2011. This is a commission piece for Stuart Craig, taking inspiration from Robert Burns’ incredible 1791 poem about a Scotsman stumbling upon a Satanic mass on the way home from the pub. This drawing depicts the climax of the poem, when Tam makes a narrow getaway from the forces of darkness, reaching a bridge and escaping just as one of the witches tears off the tail of his trusty horse, Meg.  I’m currently working on another Tam drawing depicting the witches’ dance and Satan playing bagpipes!