Lars Larsen and Studio on the Marsh
Renowned artist and naturalist Lars Larsen died at the age of 65 after a brief illness.
After training at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Lars devoted over 40 years to observing and painting the Canadian wilderness, and its wildlife. He also worked on numerous collaborations with Ducks Unlimited, the Atlantic Salmon Federation, as well as with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, the New Brunswick Wildlife Federation, and the New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund.
After a lifetime of work, Lars had established an international reputation. In 1992, with his wife Michelle Harvey, Lars Larsen established Studio on the Marsh, to showcase his work and promote local artists and artisans. Business continues at the Studio, where his original works are on display and prints are available.
Michelle Harvey trained in art history at Laval University. She manages the day to day running of the Studio, and is also responsible for all the framing.
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