Approaching the Seventh by Larry Dyke
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The seventh at Pebble Beach is one of the most challenging and unforgiving holes in golf. Surrounded on three sides by the Pacific and sand traps, your approach shot has to be accurate which can be difficult with the winds wrecking havoc along the shore. This hole also proves to be one of the most beautiful with blue ocean, purple hills and a rocky beachfront where white caps and bubbling foam abound. DF
About The Artist
Dyke is one of the most successful and acclaimed artists of his generation. He paints powerful landscapes inspired by his deep, personal belief in Christ and his frequent travels to domestic, international, and exotic locales.
A master of the landscape, the artist has devoted his life’s work to interpreting the beauty he beholds in nature. Dyke has a distinctive ability to create a scene which captivates the imagination of the viewer. His genius lies in his talent to create intricate settings that appeal to art lovers of all ages.
A devotion to his Christian beliefs is the driving force guiding Dyke’s life. In his paintings, the artist captures not only the great outdoors, but the spiritual sense of perfection he views as God’s handiwork. Each painting Dyke creates carries a related Bible verse below his signature. Dyke states, "When I became a full-time artist, I was impressed to put a scriptural notation on each of my paintings. It’s an expression of what I think the true answer to life is.”
A native Texan, Dyke is the consummate painter of what makes the Lone Star State so unique. As the title of one of his paintings, the artist chose "Deep in the Heart…” of his native land. The artist paints his beloved state, but he also creates scenes from his many travels that have featured the countryside of the northeast to the hills of Tennessee to the rugged landscape of California. Dyke also has created extraordinary paintings of world-renowned waterfalls and rain forests in Africa and South America, and landscapes of some of the world’s most celebrated golf courses. His attention to detail results in some of today’s most beautiful, intricate paintings in the traditional, realistic genre.
The artistresides near Houston and enjoys traveling to some of America’s most scenic vistas wherehe is inspired to paint his incredible homage to all the natural beauty that God has created.
Dyke’s paintings are represented by several well-known galleries and his paintings hang in the homes of celebrities, corporations, and even The Vatican. The artist is currently working on a project for a national Christian organization. He is interpreting the seven days of creation in the extraordinary, detailed style that is his trademark.