"J. Cook" references an Arizona architect.
|About the Artist||(1951-2002) Larry Wayne Grantham was a California-based architect and artist. He was the founder of a company titled Nature-Art-Architecture which, according to his website, focused on "how integration of nature, art and architecture can benefit society at large."
Grantham sold paintings strictly by commission and did not exhibit his art in galleries. He lived in Santa Barbara, California prior to his death.
|Medium||Ink and water-based Day Glo and metallic paint on paper|
|Paper size||22" height X 29 7/8" width|
|Frame||Float mounted away from archival window mat, regular glass, wood molding|
|Frame size||32" height X 39 1/2" width|
|Signed||"for J. Cook L.W.G. 1987" inside roundel at viewer's lower right|
|Date of creation||1987|