The name Larry Norton has become renowned globally in creative and artistic circles as one of Zimbabwe’s most famous professional artists specialising in wildlife and landscapes of Africa. Born on a game farm in North-East Zimbabwe in 1963, Larry’s love for the wildlife and landscapes of the country became his signature artistic expression when he began his professional career in 1988 after a year spent as a white-water rafting guide in Victoria Falls.
Since then Larry has exhibited his incredible artworks around the world including several successful exhibitions in New York and London. Primarily working from his studio in Victoria Falls, Larry also conducts numerous expeditions across the wild landscapes of Africa to gather material and inspiration for his paintings.
Having witnessed first hand the devastating impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has bought about, and in an effort to boost awareness and support for the ongoing conservation efforts taking place in and around Victoria Falls, Larry Norton is donating 30% of profits from the sale of three popular fine art prints of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Victoria Falls. The finances accrued through the 30% profits of all sales of these prints will go towards the work being carried out by Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit (VFAPU) and Bhejane Trust.