Thursday, April 05, 2012

A new piece


An Update of Shows for 2012

April 28 & 29th- Inman Park, Atlanta,Ga.
May 12 & 13th- Dunwoody Art Fest, N. Atlanta
May 19 & 20th- Artsplosure, Raleigh, N. Carolina
June- Most of this month spent in NYC at various venues (NY Flea,etc.)
July 13, 14, 15 th- Berea Craft Fair, Berea, Ky.
July 27, 28, 29 th-Bele Chere, Asheville, N. Carolina ( waiting on acceptance )
August- Back up to NYC to show here and there.
September- May still be in NYC. I will keep you posted- or email me @
*On weekends that are not shown here I can usually be found at the Farmer's Market in St. Augustine, Fl.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

The 2011 Show Schedule

These are the confirmed dates so far:

April 30- Inman Park Atlanta, GA

May 21- Artsplosure Raleigh, NC

May 28- Blueridge Art Fair Blueridge, GA

July 8- Berea Arts and Crafts Festival Berea, KY

July 15- Hungry Mother Arts & Crafts Festival Marion, VA

July 29- Bele Chere Asheville, NC

Sept 10- Cedarhurst Crafts Fair Mt. Vernon, IL

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Romance Behind the Clouds

This is a small piece (4 inches in diameter) which has a hook imbeded in the back and includes a wooden easel. It is on sale now for $22.00 plus shipping. The title says everything.

Monday, March 02, 2009

The Winter Gives Way To Spring

Here in my Florida Studio, the Dogwoods are blooming and the days are warming up. The juices of creativity are starting to flow again and a Spring rhythm is in the air.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Haydn's 2009 Spring Show Schedule

Feb. 28-29 San Marco Art Festival-- Jacksonville, FL
Mar. 20-22 Fairhope Art Fair-- Fairhope, AL
Apr. 3-5 Flowertown Festival-- Summerville, SC
Apr. 18-19 Chain of Parks-- Tallahassee, FL*
Apr. 25-26 Inman Park-- Atlanta, GA
May 2-3 Fernandina Shrimp Fest-- Fernandina, FL*
May 23-24 Blue Ridge Art Festival-- Blue Ridge, GA
June 20-21 Worthington Art Festival-- Columbus, OH*
June 26-28 Ath Fest-- Athens, GA*
July 10-12 Berea Art Festival-- Berea, KY
July 18-19 Hungry Mother Art Festival-- Marion, NC
July 24-26 Bele Chere--Ashville, NC*

*Pending shows
Email me for more info at

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

It has been a long Spring

It has been awhile since I have posted a message to the Bloggasphere. It has been a great Spring with many Art shows and adventures on the highways. I am back in the studio for a few weeks so I will update my show schedule for the summer and fall...please bear with me.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Portrait of the Artist as an older Man

This piece and others are soon to be available as Greeting Cards.

A Mouse in the House

This sleeping Mouse is on a disc 3' in diameter. He comes with a stained wood stand and has a copper hook imbeded in the back for hanging. He may be purchased for 15.00.

Squirrel with Style

This Squirrel is trying to tell me to lighten up.

Monday, January 15, 2007

Gelphin the Greenman

A new Greenman is born and exhibited at the Beaux Arts Festival this past weekend. Beautiful weather and 300 artists from all over. This show takes place in Miami on the grounds of the University of Miami. Abeautiful venue for a great show.....

Thank you for your continued support. I feel extremely honored to be able to continue to create freely and be met with such a warm response to my creations. I am a very fortunate artist. Thanks again, Haydn

Sunday, December 24, 2006

A Feather Catcher

This woodland spirit is a Feather Catcher- he has a hole in his hat to hold and display proudly your favorite feathers. I thought everybody needed a display accessory. The piece is about 4" in height and includes a wooden stand.

The Family in Boston

This is a shot of the "crew" in Boston (Walden Pond) last summer. My wife Deets in the sunglasses- Taraka, a student at The Museum School of Fine Arts Boston, next- and Nimai, a film student in Orlando on the far right. We go to Boston and points north whenever we get a chance. I love the museums and bookshops. The Berkshires are impressive too.

Friday, December 22, 2006

A booted Buddha

Sorry for the lack of new visuals, we just got back from a visit to Boston. Love that town... I will write a longer report later. This buddha (the idea) came to me while on a trip to Philley several years ago. We sat at a Chinese restaurant trying to look comfortable with a set of chopsticks. The lady next to us appeared to be some sort of a Buddhist monk. She was a whizz at chopsticks and gave us a quick lesson. East meets West; so I have created a "booted" Buddha as a declaration of how east can meet west and be completely ecstatic about the whole affair.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

A Two-Steppin' Frog

Don't tell anybody, but hopping is overrated.


Life's a roller-coaster, at least mine is...I wanted to create a piece that kind of tied those two extremes togather(?) and put them out there so I could get a perspective on this mysterious thing called life.

Party Dog

A companion in crime to my Party Cat he has a loyal fan base all his own. I have more of my smaller pieces to put up here but this photo was sent by a friend who bought him at a recent Art Show. He wanted me to know that my dog had found a good home.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Spring Sprite

This small piece is a new one; she comes on a stand and has a hook in the back for hanging in that little nook. I have designed quite a few of these miniature plaques (3" diameter) and I will post more in the coming days. Right now I am trying to get ready for my last show of this year...It is this weekend then I will have more time to Blog. Can't wait.

Sunday, November 19, 2006


I am working on a bunch of montages that incorporate some of the images I create in clay. These pieces allow me to play around with color and juxtaposition alot more than the sculptures. I hope to create a line of notecards soon. But in the meantime....

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Party Cat

Well its the weekend and time for a Party Cat. This party animal has his Mardi-Gras mask on and is just waiting for a good time. Party anyone?

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Coiled Dragon

I found this guardian-guy on the front gates to the king's palace in Mexico City. He is carved into the two front gates of the palace and has been guarding it for hundreds of years. He looks great by a front door. He's 9'' in diameter and like all the rest of my work is just at home outside or inside.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Woodland Jester

This nature spirit is about 9" tall, He can hang on a tree, by a doorway or any little nook. I created him to remind us to- "never trust a man in the forest wearing a funny hat."

Sunday, November 05, 2006


This Sunface was inspired by a face that I saw on a fountain in front of the U.S. Treasury Bldg. in D.C. A woman in Miami told me that it looked just like her husband . Art is a very subjective thing.

My Booth Set Up

This is what my booth looks like at the shows that I do. I love my booth; it's my storefront; my gallery; my face to the world. I hope to be in a town near you, but in the meantime, check back here for new work and my musings about life on the road, the people I meet, etc. My work can be purchased from my blog. Contact me. I will be adding new work and news constantly.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Garden Granny

"Granny-power" for your garden.

Buddha gets a rub

Portrait of the Artist as a work in progress

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Mouse Dreams

A Mouse for your House. When the candle is lit he gets a warm, fuzzy glow.

Romance Behind the Clouds

My years of research has concluded that, yes, there is romance in the universe and beyond.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

The River Nymph

This small, sweet lady is a water sprite living in an abundance of lilypads.

Yin/Yang Koi

This sculpture brings balance, and that sense of being at peace with the universe...even if that universe is your own back yard.

Water Spirit

Monday, October 23, 2006

Welcome to a work in progress

This is our new Haydn Larson Studios blog's under construction. My buddy Tamra just helped me get this thing sort of set up. So come back often because now that I am a blogger-I'M DANGEROUS.
This is my booth... I love my booth. It is only 10x10 feet and it moves around from town to town from week to week but it looks pretty much like this every week end.