Armond Lara

“If one aspires toward fulfillment in the pursuit of creative endeavors, one must cling to the philosophy that any creative endeavor is no more than the pursuit of self-enlightenment, and that the process of this inner search should not be confused with the dogma of academic intellect, but rather, the intellect of that inner being composed of the soul and the subconscious.”

Armond Lara was born in Denver, Colorado, of Navajo and Mexican descent. He studied and was educated at the Colorado Institute of Art, Glendale College in California, and the University of Washington in Seattle. In addition, he worked and studied with Pablo O’Higgins, Mexican Muralist, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler and Paul Horuechi. Armond Lara currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.