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Corey Larue

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King, 2013 Oil, Spray Paint, Cold Wax 4ft X 6ft © 2013
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Mortality, 2013 Oil, Spray Paint, Cold Wax 4ft X 6ft © 2013
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Vato, 2013 Oil, Spray Paint, Cold Wax 4ft X 5ft © 2013
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Into the Slaughter, 2013 Screen Print 18in X 24in © 2013
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Home, 2013 Screen Print 18in X 24in © 2013
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Hunger, 2013 Screen Print 18in X 24in © 2013
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Like Animal, 2013 Screen Print 18in X 24in © 2013
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Oakland
Birth year
1987
Lives in
Oakland
Works in
Davis
Schools
UC Davis, 2013, B.A
Tags
abstract, figurative, sculpture, mixed-media, performance, conceptual, realism, modern, traditional, photography, digital, graffiti/street-art, exhibition/performance, street, graffiti, design
Visual Fried Gold

You will find all that you need to know about me at this link on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUtn3pvWmpg

Apart from that I speak German, Spanish, and English. I am a co-founder of a publication company 'Absurd Publications' from which I run a non-profit arts magazine 'The California Oddity.' More information on our publications can be found here: 

www.thecaliforniaoddity.com

I am also a musician. My music and my visual productions are my life. Without these creative outlets my life is a meaningless empty shell. More on my work can be found here:

www.laruecorey.com

The work I produce is my very best attempt at conveying my personal history and community involvement. Visually my work functions to show images that are frighting as well as soothing, horrible as well as beautiful. In the words of the artist Matthew Day Jackson, I work in the pursuit of  the "horrorful," as I belive that in coming to terms with the trama and violence of our human nature/condition, solace can only be acheived if we face ourselves full on, which I do through my art.