After a career in tropical medicine, Alabama native Larry K. Martin combined his life experience and love of the natural world to become a renowned wildlife artist. With close to 40 years as a painter, his works can be found on hundreds of products including greeting cards, murals and collectible items, and have hung in both Houses of Congress, the National Wildlife Federation, the office of former Governor Bob Riley and many more. Meet Larry and hear why he says "variety keeps the creativity flowing."

Martin’s work will be displayed in the Eddie & Kay Aldridge Art & Historical Collections Museum throughout August and September.