Larry Glaze

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Official Artist - Catch-A-Dream Foundation

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Noted environmental artist, Larry Glaze, named official artist for the Catch-A-Dream Foundation
Mississippi State, MS - Larry Glaze of Carthage, MO, is no stranger to grand visions! A free-lance artist who designs and crafts unique and functional art from items found in the wild, Glaze brings his convictions and visions of heritage, freedom and natural beauty to life in his sculptures, functional antler furniture, chandeliers, and log home related furnishing made from natural materials, especially antlers. His "Antler Art of the Plains" has been featured numerous times at the Western Design Conference in Cody, Wyoming, and earned him the coveted People's Choice Award in 2002 and 2003. A dedicated conservationist, Glaze combines his love for the natural world with his gift of creative expression to render his amazing and inspiring sculptures and carvings. He is especially enamored with eagles, and many of his finest pieces feature these magnificent creatures sculpted from moose or elk antlers, soaring above the natural beauty of our wild America, celebrating the heritage of freedom we enjoy in the United States. "It's no wonder Larry embraces what we have come to call, 'The Vision'," says Dr. Marty Brunson, Board Chairman for the Catch-A-Dream Foundation. I am humbled to stand in his stead, to honor his memory and serve these children by doing my part to perpetuate "The Vision" through artistic creation," Glaze said as he was introduced recently at the 3rd annual Catch the Vision golf, shotgun and music benefit spectacular in West Point, MS. Glaze's antler art will be featured in special fund-raising events across the country, and also used as part of the Foundation's donor recognition program. We are pleased that Larry has become part of the Catch-A-Dream team! she added.

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Noted environmental artist, Larry Glaze, named official artist for the Catch-A-Dream Foundation, Mossy Oak press release, June 2004

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Press Release - Larry Glaze

Noted environmental artist, Larry Glaze, named official artist for the Catch-A-Dream Foundation
Mississippi State, MS - Larry Glaze of Carthage, MO, is no stranger to grand visions! A free-lance artist who designs and crafts unique and functional art from items found in the wild, Glaze brings his convictions and visions of heritage, freedom and natural beauty to life in his sculptures, functional antler furniture, chandeliers, and log home related furnishing made from natural materials, especially antlers. His "Antler Art of the Plains" has been featured numerous times at the Western Design Conference in Cody, Wyoming, and earned him the coveted People's Choice Award in 2002 and 2003. A dedicated conservationist, Glaze combines his love for the natural world with his gift of creative expression to render his amazing and inspiring sculptures and carvings. He is especially enamored with eagles, and many of his finest pieces feature these magnificent creatures sculpted from moose or elk antlers, soaring above the natural beauty of our wild America, celebrating the heritage of freedom we enjoy in the United States. "It's no wonder Larry embraces what we have come to call, 'The Vision'," says Dr. Marty Brunson, Board Chairman for the Catch-A-Dream Foundation. I am humbled to stand in his stead, to honor his memory and serve these children by doing my part to perpetuate "The Vision" through artistic creation," Glaze said as he was introduced recently at the 3rd annual Catch the Vision golf, shotgun and music benefit spectacular in West Point, MS. Glaze's antler art will be featured in special fund-raising events across the country, and also used as part of the Foundation's donor recognition program. We are pleased that Larry has become part of the Catch-A-Dream team! she added. The Bruce Brady Memorial Catch-A-Dream Foundation is headquartered at Mississippi State University, and operates as a unique component of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. For more information or to learn how to participate, please go online and visit http://www.catchadream.org. Information on Glaze's art can be found http://www.antlerartoftheplains.com.

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