Larry Mullins received his MFA from the University of Maryland in 1996. In 1997, he was awarded a seven month Resident Fellowship at The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA. He received a Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant in 1998 and spent the next year with his wife living and working in Denmark. During that year his show “New Work” opened at The Roger Smith Gallery in NYC and his first daughter was born in Copenhagen. After returning to Washington, D.C. he was selected as one of the recipients of a 1999-00 Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation Space Program Grant in NYC. His second daughter was born in Park Slope, Brooklyn in 2002. In October 2003, his solo exhibition “Oral Moral” opened at Bellwether Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In 2004 he and his family moved from NYC to Santa Fe, NM where he taught painting as an adjunct faculty member at The College of Santa Fe and Santa Fe Community College. In 2008 he and his family relocated to Los Angeles California. His first LA solo exhibition opened at Blythe Projects in Oct. 2010. He continues to live and work in Los Angeles.
His work has been exhibited at Bellwether Gallery (NYC), Ace Gallery (NYC), Julie Saul Gallery (NYC), Danziger Projects (NYC), Clifford Chance (NYC), Adam Baumgold Fine Art, (NYC), Stalke Gallery, (Copenhagen), Blythe Projects, Los Angeles, Guerro Gallery (San Francisco), The Washington Project for the Arts (Wash, D.C.), The Hemicycle Gallery at the Corcoran Gallery of Art (Wash, D.C.), as well as other venues. His work is included in private collections in NYC, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, CA, Minneapolis, MN, Santa Fe, NM, London, England and San Paulo, Brazil.