About Larry Williams
Larry now lives in beautiful rural Lake County, California. The special geology and beautiful terrain inspire Larry's current work.
Larry's long career as a paleo artist has taken him many places: From Wyoming to England to Japan. He delights school children and scientists alike
Pictures below show travels far and wide doing past work and projects.
The Toyohashi Museum in Toyohashi , Japan.
From mid 2004-Oct 2006 Larry was and Artist in Residence at the Jarupa Mountains Cultural Center. He completed an eighty -(80) foot-long steel sculpture of a FULL sized Brachiosaurus.
Larry's largest custom commission to date is life-sized steel Brachiosaurus skeleton.
The eighty foot long sculpture's Grand Unveiling was on October 25, 2006
Larry's Grandest Sculpture to date was unveiled at the Jarupa Mountains Cultural Center, Late October, 2006.
The center has been re-named the Jarupa Mountain Discovery Center in recent years
The above picture was taken at The Brachiosaur's grand unveiling on October 25, 2006
The General public may visit the sculpture during tours on Saturdays.
Click on the JMDC link for museum hours and details
The page of pictures of the full sized T.rex at Dinosaur Walk in Pigeon Forge Tennessee is at this link Dinosaur Walk Museum T.rex.
You can still see older pictures from Pigott Shaft and Drilling Company.
Several pages of pictures were added as of April 2003,
Pictures of the English T.rex are at the page called English Corporate T.rex
Another large scale event featuring Larry and his work was at the Dinosaur World Tour in Denver Colorado. He was one of the featured artist and exhibitor.