This Drawing Salon will focus on the sculptural work of Julio Larraz began drawing at a very early age. After moving to the United States from Cuba in 1961, Larraz began to draw political caricatures that were published by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Vogue, among others. In 1967, he turned his attention solely towards painting and large-scale sculpture. His bronze Trojan Horse graces the front entrance of the museum.
Drawing Salons offer an opportunity to develop artistic skills while sitting in a relaxing gallery environment. Drawing materials and stools are provided. All ranges of drawing experience are welcome.
This event is free and open to the public.