Larry Beat Art Collections
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Artwork by Larry Beat
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Betty and Pudgy by Larry Beat
Charlie Hebdo by Larry Beat
Desireuse by Larry Beat
Betty Boop's by Larry Beat
Enchanted Island Sunset by Larry Beat
Ornate Odonata by Larry Beat
Wild Eyes by Larry Beat
Motley Bloom by Larry Beat
Serving Up The Oo La La by Larry Beat
Night Bouquet by Larry Beat
Crayon Cat by Larry Beat
Rainbow Sea Turtle by Larry Beat
Motley Hippocampus by Larry Beat
Bowie by Larry Beat
Pretty Printemps by Larry Beat
Rainbow Dissemination by Larry Beat
Blue Kitty by Larry Beat
Shimmer by Larry Beat
Red Moon Mermaid by Larry Beat
Tsunami Sunrise by Larry Beat
These Colors Won't Run by Larry Beat
Pastel Panache by Larry Beat
Morning Magnificence by Larry Beat
Sting Like a Bee by Larry Beat
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About Larry Beat
Bad Habits Lounge Studio
Larry Beat hails from Toledo, Ohio but has called the Emerald Coast Florida home for 25 years. He is retired from the City of Destin after 13 years where he served as the City's photographer. His photos are periodically published in The Destin Log and the NW Florida Daily News. He also photographs for the Greater Fort Walton Chamber of Commerce. His photos have been featured for the past 3 years in the Mattie Kelly Environmental Institute's calendar.
Larry has been an artist for over 55 years, starting his artistic ambitions as a 10-year-old attending Saturday morning art classes at the Toledo Museum of Art during a 4-year span. Later, at the University of Toledo, he continued art studies as well as French literature. He completed a BA in French at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) in 1984. After two summers traveling around France and Europe, Beat joined the Air Force and became enchanted by many exotic cultures. During his 20-year career he was stationed in Germany, Las Vegas, the Philippines, Korea, and Thailand. He retired at Hurlburt Field in 1997.
The name of his studio, the Bad Habits Lounge, was borrowed from a dusty, old honky-tonk GI tavern near Clark Air Base, Angeles City, Philippines.
Larry works tirelessly to capture the best of what the Emerald Coast has to offer, focusing the imagery through the lens of his unique perspective to create surreal, pop art inspired prints that never fail to turn people's heads. The high-contrast and bright colors in Larry's digitally manipulated images provide a fascinating outlook on the people, places and wildlife he most admires about the Fort Walton Beach and Destin area. His images grab your attention and oblige you to ask, "What am I really seeing here?" When you figure it out, you have to smile, because in catching a glimpse of what Larry Beat sees, you gain a new appreciation for things you might otherwise take for granted.
Larry has been an enthusiastic participant in the Fort Walton Beach Art Walks and Farmers Markets. He also supports the HarborWalk Village art events in Destin. His biggest event each month is Pensacola's Gallery Night every third Friday of the month. His booth can be found at the corner of Palafox & Government Streets where his signature party lights always attract attention.
His works are for sale at his gallery/studio, 177 Marcia Dr, Mary Esther and in downtown Fort Walton Beach at Maas Coffee Roasters, 150 Miracle Strip Pkwy.