Doug LaRue Collections
Shop for artwork based on themed collections. 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.
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.
Armadillo Art Squad by Doug LaRue
Country Rock Duo by Doug LaRue
Ruling The Roost by Doug LaRue
Papa Owl by Doug LaRue
Ambyr by Doug LaRue
John Lennon Twin Lens by Doug LaRue
Western Rangefinder by Doug LaRue
Retro Hipster Selfie by Doug LaRue
Angel Abstract by Doug LaRue
Squigly by Doug LaRue
The Big Easy 1 A.M. by Doug LaRue
Wheat Field Blues by Doug LaRue
Wild Kitty and Butterfly by Doug LaRue
Golden Lion by Doug LaRue
Ammonite E by Doug LaRue
Embraced by Doug LaRue
Abstract Face 19 by Doug LaRue
Stevie Ray Vaughan by Doug LaRue
Eastern Mountain by Doug LaRue
Embraced Waves by Doug LaRue
Little Zebra by Doug LaRue
Ambyr by Doug LaRue
Forlorn by Doug LaRue
Waking Elephant by Doug LaRue
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About Doug LaRue
Exposed to a wide range of creative expression at an early age Doug LaRue embraced the raw organic nature of painting expressed by his mother, an accomplished Oil Painter and the technical aspects of Photography and Design from his father, an Engineer.
LaRue began to win art contests by 8th grade and flew through advanced/honors Art classes during high school, worked at camera stores, photo labs, interned with several photographers including a partner and contemporary of Ansel Adams, attended university summer classes in advanced photography, won a national publication design award and featured in a film which led to a college scholarship.
Doug earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Design while working as a Sports Photojournalist for United Press International and Associated Press. Doug spent a few years as a Medical Illustrator training with traditional mediums and specialized graphics computers, film and press equipment. LaRue attended many workshops including Advanced Airbrush at the Smithsonian Institute of Natural History in Washington, D.C. LaRue moved to Austin, Texas to get into Publishing. Starting in the art room and moving to Creative Director, Editor in Chief and Executive Producer.