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Larry Dyke Approaching The Seventh By Larry Dyke Giclee On Canvas  Grande Edition 

Larry Dyke Approaching The Seventh By Larry Dyke Giclee On Canvas Grande Edition   Larry Dyke

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Approaching the Seventh by Larry Dyke Giclee on Canvas Grande Edition  

NOTES: The seventh at Pebble Beach is one of the most challenging and unforgiving holes in golf. Surrounded on three sides by the Pacific and sand traps, your approach shot has to be accurate which can be difficult with the winds wrecking havoc along the shore. This hole also proves to be one of the most beautiful with blue ocean, purple hills and a rocky beachfront where white caps and bubbling foam abound..

Approaching The Seventh By Larry Dyke Giclee On Canvas Grande Edition   by Larry Dyke  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Larry Dyke bio

Larry Dyke has devoted his life's work to the interpretation of the beauty he beholds in nature. His success as one of America's most beloved artists is proof of his distinctive ability to create a scene which captivates the imagination of the viewer. Dyke's genius lies in his construction of intricate settings that even the novice art lover can appreciate. His deep personal belief as a Christian is the driving force which guides Larry's life and work. In his paintings, Larry captures not only the physical beauty of the great outdoors, but also the spiritual sense of perfection he views as the handiwork of God's creation. This is why each of his paintings carries a related Bible verse below his signature. When Larry became a full time artist, he was impressed to put a scriptural notation on each of his paintings. It's an expression of what Larry thinks the true answer to life is. A native Texan, Larry began painting professionally in 1976. His first lithographs were released two years later and today he has produced more than 100 limited edition prints. Larry's art has hung in the White House and in the homes of such distinguished personalities as Steve Allen, Shirley Jones, Vincent Price and Billy Graham. His work has also hung in the Vatican. At the personal request of Pope John Paul II, Larry painted Sharing the Faith, a tribute to the long and important role of the Church in America. Larry has also made a name for himself among golfers painting America's most beautiful courses. Yet even with all the accolades for his original art as well as the immense demand for his Limited Edition prints, Larry Dyke continues to reach inside to strive for the excellence he sees in the natural world around him. He believes his life and career have been guided by a commitment to his faith. It has instilled in him a determination to develop his talent to the fullest.