Artworks are first available for purchase in-person at the Recovered Futures Art Exhibition in Brisbane. Unsold artwork will be available for purchase online following the event.
Larry Stumer first developed an interest in photography in his early 20s. This largely came about as a way of dealing with a two-year battle to overcome depression.
Larry moved to Sydney and studied filmmaking at The Australian Film, Television, and Radio School, after which he spent his time travelling and working.
In 1992, Larry had a life-changing accident which left him a paraplegic. Larry's life seemed to be on hold for the next 23 years as he learnt to simply deal with usual day-to-day living.
One day, Larry decided to buy a digital camera and computer to restore his old negative images. A period of self-learning and experimentation then transpired.
Since that time, Larry has been asked to exhibit pieces of artwork at local events, including his first solo exhibition.
Larry's work is frequently described as being on the dark side. Larry doesn't deliberately set out for it to be that way, however, he embraces difference in artistic expression.
Lastly, and most importantly, Larry enjoys doing what he does.
"The Eye of Dis-Ease. The world quickly engulfed in a new sickness; Governments and media found it difficult to balance a functioning economy verse cure. Acceptable casualties was one option until the sickness ravaged out of control.
It was time to reflect on what was most important to us in life; how we live; how much do we really need; the health of the planet itself."