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Larry Brogan

Photographic Artist

Contact: lnbrogan@comcast.net

or 717-495-4954


CAPTURE THE EXCITEMENT:   Larry's work is on display in two major locations, both in Gettysburg, PA.  The Inn at Herr Ridge, 900 Chambersburg Road and The Pike Restaurant and Tap Room, 985 Baltimore Pike, both gracefully serve as Larry's galleries.   You can browse through his art and enjoy great food, a  variety of drinks and wonderful service. 


Author Larry Brogan has turned his creative focus to photographic art for the past ten years.


Although Larry photographs traditional local subjects, such as rural settings, battlefield locations, historic sites etc, he also enjoys constructing and photographing “created scenes” or still life, such as his Winter’s Love, Waiting for Spring, Marcia’s Bouquet as well as Roses and Wine plus many, many more.


He loves photographing many different subject areas, as long as he can see the final piece of art in his mind.  Then the excitement of driving his creativity to recapture the vision that he experienced while taking the original photograph is nothing short of crescendo of joy. 


His current online gallery displays more than 200 pieces.  His "Fine Arts Collection" is being updated and will have approximately 350 pieces when finished.  Larry is passionate about his creative efforts and enjoys meeting with those view or purchase his works.  Please enjoy looking at his work in the galleries in Gettysburg and online


Larry currently has art hanging in homes across Pennsylvania; as well as in Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Rhode Island. His work has international appeal as well, hanging in Argentina, Australia and Germany. www.gettysburgart.com has hundreds of pieces of Larry's work for you to browse and enjoy. He would love to have his art decorating your home for enjoyment by both you and your guests. 


Please have a great visit while visually strolling through his Fine Arts Collection on this site.